I like this. When the subject came up and Notepad++ was mentioned should be in CR/LF mode, I realized I had never considered that! So I checked it and I could only find online How to set Notepad++ CR/LR CR and LF characters shown at the end of each line in Notepad++ - Super User
Toggle the setting View > Show Symbol > Show End of Line
Show All Characters should also be unchecked.T
There is also an Icon
on Main Notepad++ interface
these special characters (under "Run".
So, this afternoon I was wondering if I should issue a new PR for the weatherfax_pi xml updates to Sean. Now I know its not needed! Thank you.
Originally Posted by nohal
Is there something wrong with letting Git handle the Windows CR/LF mess on Windows as we always did and is described in https://opencpn.org/wiki/dokuwiki/do...piling_windows (Paragraph 1.2)
It is completely editor/IDE agnostic and actually works...
Windows programs expect their newline format in CRLF (\r\n). *nix expect just LF data (\n). If you open a Unix text document in Notepad on windows, you'll notice that all of the line breaks disappear and the entire document is on one line. That's because Notepad expects CRLF data, and the Unix document doesn't have the \r character.
Use Search and Replace
Another option is to go to Edit -> EOL Conversion -> Unix Format.