From: Paul Mensonides (pmenso57_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-08-08 15:49:11
> Following up on an earlier discussion, I wrote a little script to check
> line endings in Boost files. See below for the files found to have at
> least one '\r' line ending.
> In checking a few of these to make sure the script was correct, I noticed
> line endings in the form "\r\r\n". In hex, 0D 0D 0A.
> What's happening here? This isn't a form I'm familiar with.
This happens when you upload a file that has Windows line endings from a Unix
CVS. I.e. it doesn't modify the line endings because it assumes they are
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