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2013/1/5 Tom Davies <>:
Hi :)
Ahh, Gedit and a few others should be able to handle Unix eol.  Notepad++ almost certainly 
doesn't.  It might do but if it's anything to do with MS then it probably can't.  SciTE probably 
can but i'm not certain.  If you are using Gnu&Linux or Bsd then any text-editor will handle it.  
Gedit has a Windows version and i just googled for a download page
their main page doesn't seem to have one (grrr)
Regards from
Tom :)

Or you could use any text editor, then open it with a Hex editor
(there are probably quite few out there, Ghex is one of them). Then do
a search and replace. Search for 0D 0A and replace with 0A.
Should do it, but I didn't try it. I don't have a text editor that
doesn't support Unix EOL in the first place.

Johnny Rosenberg

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