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

From: Lafleur, Henry
Subject: bug#1502: Acknowledgement (CR/LF Unicode Problem)
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2008 18:46:37 -0600


I did it on purpose. We're in a mixed Windows/Linux environment and some users paste Linux-created files ending in LF only into a Windows app which writes a header & footer ending in CR/LF. When a file is mixed, Emacs is adding an additional CR in front of each of the LF characters, but only for a UTF-8 file with character codes>127. Thus, the file has lines ending with CRCRLF and CRLF.


Henry Lafleur

----- Original Message -----
From: Stefan Monnier <address@hidden>
To: Lafleur, Henry
Cc: address@hidden <address@hidden>; Eli Zaretskii <address@hidden>; address@hidden <address@hidden>
Sent: Sat Dec 06 16:47:38 2008
Subject: Re: bug#1502: Acknowledgement (CR/LF Unicode Problem)

> I'll be back in my office on Monday. I may be able to get the file before then, but probably not. I e-mailed it to myself at home, but my company blocks .SQL files.

I don't know if it's related, but all your messages have spurious extra
^M at the end of each line.  Do you happen to know where that's coming from?


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