Nice theory, but unfortunately incompletely. To maintain backward compatibility with the previous decade-and-change worth of documents, GUI apps in OS X (e.g. TextEdit) generally use the Mac line-ending convention (CR), while BSD-derived command-line programs (e.g. perl) use the Unix one (LF). This could be charitably described as a mess.
I agree with your solution, though—make FTP work right, and the problem should go away. There might be a more specific solution to this specific problem as well, but absent more details on the nature of the program, it's going to be tough to say anything very helpful.
If God had meant us to fly, he would *never* have given us the railroads.
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