Re: [CODE][WIN95/LINUX] porting

From: StormeRider (silk@ICI.NET)
Date: 05/01/98

At 10:05 AM 5/1/98 -0700, you wrote:
>----Original Message-----
>From: Christoph Seifert <criscal@REALM.ZFN.UNI-BREMEN.DE>
>To: <>
>Date: Friday, May 01, 1998 9:37 AM
>Subject: Re:  [CODE][WIN95/LINUX] porting
>I had a similar experience when coding on a Win95 machine and uploading to
>the server (a linux box).  My code had all the control-M's (carriage
>returns) after every line, which seemed to screw up the compiler.
>Now, I'm not 100% sure this works, but I loaded the file into "pico"
>(usually installed if your server has pine), just added a space someplace
>so pico saw the file as changed, and then saved it.  Pico stripped out all
>the control-M's for me during the save.
>- Brian

Here's another method: take a file that has a ^M in it, and delete
everything in the file except one of the ^M's. Change it so it looks like


and save it as "changefile".

Then just simply "sed -f changefile <file that has ^M's in it> > tmp.sed;
mv tmp.sed <file that has ^M's in it>"

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