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How do I save with LF endings in Windows PhpEd?


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I'm saving files from Windows PhpEd directly into a Linux share. How do I force all saves to use LF instead of CRLF?
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I think this is what "Default File Format" is for in the Settings window.

Windows ought to be CRLF.
Unix ought to be LF.
Not sure what Mac is.
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simshaun wrote:
I think this is what "Default File Format" is for in the Settings window.

Windows ought to be CRLF.
Unix ought to be LF.
Not sure what Mac is.


Ok, I see it now. Not an intuitive label, but makes sense.
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The newline for a mac is CR only Smile
I think the label is fine... The file format indicates the OS which dictates the newline so it was pretty clear from the start for me Smile
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Maybe it could be for the best of both worlds.

The label could read "Default file format/Line ending" and the options could be:
Autodetect
Windows / CRLF
Unix / LF
Mac / CR
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simshaun wrote:
Maybe it could be for the best of both worlds.

The label could read "Default file format/Line ending" and the options could be:
Autodetect
Windows / CRLF
Unix / LF
Mac / CR


As long as we're quibbling semantics, Autodetect is a little vague. For example, emacs makes LF or CRLF decisions on a file by file basis, it's really a viewing mode in that editor: if you want to change line endings you do it explicitly for each file.

All that said, now that I found the setting, the feature is "good enough".
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