On Thu, Mar 29, 2001 at 11:42:15AM +0100, Niall O Broin wrote:
> then do ESC xxx ^F where xxx is the length of a block. This should bring me
> to the start of the next block, and so on. Actually this was how the
> problem was revealed - I was looking at a short block of 10 bytes but the
> length indicator was saying it was 13 bytes.
can't believe i missed this last time. 10 and 13 are \n and \r.
seems like it might think it's a mac or dos file - probably the former?
i don't have emacs installed anywhere reachable right now, but maybe
look for an emacs version of the magic file? is there a way to force
emacs to load w/o reading it's initial .elc files?
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