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Yes, I agree with you, that the CRLF rule only applies to header (but there is no chance to miss that blank line between header and body, as we agreed those CRLF's are same in header regardless of platform). However in the body, the line breaks do not 'really' mean anything, as we are dealing with some markup language, not plain text. This is not only true to clear text, but also encoded text. If the text is encoded, the file system should not change anything within the encoded part. I do understand what his concern is, but I am just thinking whether that's something really worth to deal with. I guess we don't really know, as it is not clear what the objective is, I mean the actual objective required by the project, instead of the objective interpretated by the programmer.

In reply to Re: Re: Re: Handling Mac, Unix, Win/DOS newlines at readtime... by Anonymous Monk
in thread Handling Mac, Unix, Win/DOS newlines at readtime... by strredwolf

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