From: Ken Guest (kwg at domain renre-europe.com)
Date: Wed 03 Oct 2001 - 14:50:21 IST
On Wed, 2001-10-03 at 14:53, Waider wrote:
> According to Stephen Shirley:
> > On Wed, 3 Oct 2001, Waider wrote:
> > > Many, many ways. If you use vi, try editing it with vi -a and doing
> > > :%s/^M$//
> > >
> > Hmm - what does the -a do? Vim doesn't seem to have it.
> > Steve
> Sigh. I wish all these vi-alikes could agree on some sort of common ground
> and not try to be emacs (what is WITH this multiple frame, mouse support
> malarkey?). On some arbitray version of vi on some arbitrary machine I have
> access to, vi -a does a binary edit. That's -a for binary, see?
vim is much more sensible about that, using -b for the binary switch.
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