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bug#1502: Acknowledgement (CR/LF Unicode Problem)

From: Lafleur, Henry
Subject: bug#1502: Acknowledgement (CR/LF Unicode Problem)
Date: Fri, 5 Dec 2008 17:02:49 -0600

This problem also appears to happen regardless of if I go into hexl-mode
or not. All I do is open the file (a .SQL file), add a space, and then
save it. These files have the 3 byte order mark at the beginning of the
file that Microsoft puts that Emacs doesn't recognize. Don't know if
that makes a difference.

I can forward the file with the problem if you need it.

I reproduced the problem on NT Emacs 22.3 also.



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