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Re: wtfindex and dos line endings

On Tue, 25 Nov 2003, Vince Rice wrote:

> I reported a couple of weeks ago that wtfindex choked on text mounts,
> and Igor promptly fixed it (thanks, Igor!).  I just discovered that
> wtfindex can't handle DOS line endings, even on text mounts.
> That is, the standard acronyms file (for example) has Unix line
> endings, and wtfindex now properly processes that file on either a
> binary or text mount.  However, I created a new acronyms file
> yesterday with DOS line endings, and wtfindex produced a garbled
> file.  Changing the file back to Unix line endings corrected the
> problem.  So, I guess this could be a limitation or a bug, whichever
> you choose. :)
> @SRS8100:/home/vrice\> uname -a
> CYGWIN_NT-5.0 SRS8100 1.5.5(0.94/3/2) 2003-09-20 16:31 i686 unknown
> unknown Cygwin
> @SRS8100:/home/vrice\> cygcheck -c wtf
> Cygwin Package Information
> Package              Version        Status
> wtf                  0.0.4-5        OK
> Thanks,
> Vince


I'm sorry, I can't reproduce this on my machine.  Please provide the
*exact* steps needed to reproduce it, including the correct mount command
(you can temporarily mount some directory, say /tmp/text, in text mode if
you need to).
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