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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 837] - antRun script contains ^M characters which causes <exec> to fail
Date Wed, 04 Sep 2002 11:22:29 GMT
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antRun script contains ^M characters which causes <exec> to fail

sbailliez@apache.org changed:

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------- Additional Comments From sbailliez@apache.org  2002-09-04 11:22 -------
Check your winzip options.
Configurations/Miscalleanous

TAR file smart CR/LF conversion - When selected, this option determines 
if “smart” CR/LF conversion should be performed when extracting from TAR 
files.  CR/LF is short for Carriage Return/Line Feed, the standard end of line 
indicator.  This option can be useful when a TAR file contains text files 
created on a Unix or Macintosh machine.  Unix text files usually contain lines 
ending in Line Feed characters only, and Macintosh text files usually contain 
lines ending in a Carriage Return character.  The standard Windows Notepad 
program and many other Windows programs require a Carriage Return and Line Feed 
at the end of each line.  When the TAR File smart CR/LF conversion option is in 
effect, WinZip determines whether to perform CR/LF conversion for each file 
inside a TAR file by looking at the first 80 characters in each file.  If the 
file is a text file then single LF and CR characters are converted to CR/LF 
pairs so the file can be viewed by Notepad and other Windows viewers.  Files 
are considered text when the first 80 bytes contain only characters with ASCII 
values between 0x20 and 0x7f, carriage returns, line feeds, form feeds, tabs, 
and other alphanumeric characters (as determined by the Windows 
IsCharAlphaNumeric API).

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