mark.griffiths at greendown.demon.co.uk
Thu Oct 1 14:21:48 GMT 1998
In SAMBA digest 1829, Heiko Nardmann wrote:
> Our network mainly consists out of NT workstations.
> For a new project I now have set up a Linux Samba server
> with an account on it for every developer.
> The developers are accessing their accounts via Samba
> by assigning a drive letter to the net drive.
> Now there is one problem:
> while editing the Makefile for the project the MS editor
> uses LF/CR (0x0a/0x0d) for a newline while Unix just needs
> LF (0x0a).
> This results in problems with make which does not like those
> LF/CR combinations.
> So my question:
> is there any way to say "write newline unix-like"?
> Or (maybe) automagically start a script afterwards (which
> may result in a problem with the access time)?
> Or specify a list of files which get written unix-like?
> Ciao ... Heiko Nardmann
Have you tried using the Programmers File Editor (PFE)?
This editor (FREEWARE, by the way) allows files to be written as
either DOS or UNIX files.
I advise you to download a copy of the editor from the following
location and give it a try...
You may like it so much that you start using it in preference to
the likes of NOTEPAD and WORDPAD on Windows...
Hope this solves your problem.
AXIOM (Europe) Ltd.
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