Enscript Security Patch
mkednmr02 at sneakemail.com
Thu Apr 13 07:22:47 PDT 2006
Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> Jeremy Huntwork wrote:
>> On Wed, Apr 12, 2006 at 10:59:42AM -0500, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>>> Do you have cygwin installed? If so, you could test this behavior.
>>> BTW, this is a standard feature of a ftp transfer in ascii mode.
>>> Been around for years before Windows.
>> Yes, I believe I have cygwin. What did you want me to do?
> You could try downloading a known unix formated txt file and run
> 'file' on it or use vi. vi -b filename to do a binary edit and see
> the return chars, if any, in the file. They would show up as ~M.
> You can fix with:
> :% s/\r//
> -- Bruce
<plug>If you use Windows, there's a really nice text editor (available for
Linux also), that's called EditPad Lite... It's free. It does all sorts of
nice stuff, including having a function for saving in DOS or Unix format.
:) Check it out: http://editpadlite.com/editpadlite.html. If you like it,
there's a pro version with a few more features that's really nice too. :)
However, the free one will do a ton of stuff and make your life easier.
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