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  • Handling of mixed line endings

    I sometimes discover that I have a file with "mixed" line endings, when working in BC.

    I fix these (using an editor) when I spot them but I'm looking for a better way.

    What do other Beyond Compare users do to fix this issue?

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    Years ago I just wrote a trivial program to do this, that can be run in a batch file. But I do not think I still have it: I need this so rarely that using Notepad++ manually is sufficient.

    Google finds plenty of options for Convert Line Endings.

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    • #3
      I use BC's built-in line ending conversion: Edit | Convert File | Line Endings | <select from "To Windows/DOS", "To Unix", and "To Macintosh">. A lot easier than switching to another program.

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      • #4
        Thanks tlscales, for that.

        There's a number of ways of doing that but that is one of the best as BC has a great UI for seeing the issue in the first place.

        How is an Apple style line-break indicated when the show whitespace option is on? (The following shows the Windows then Unix versions.)

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        Last edited by MikeGale; 05-Aug-2020, 10:11 PM.

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        • #5
          In my case here is a screen-shot with Windows to Mac.

          Regards

          Rodolfo Giovanninetti

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