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From Sean Conner <...@conman.org>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] difference between UNIX and WIN source package
Date Mon, 20 Nov 2006 22:00:30 GMT
It was thus said that the Great Syntax once stated:
>  
> My question is :
>  
> Is there any one know about what is the difference between UNIX source and
> WIN source in detail ?

  One major difference will be the character(s) used to mark the end of each
line of text in the source code.  Unix and Windows use different characters
to designate this (and there are reasons, mostly historical, on why this is
the way it is).

  Another difference may be the makefiles (files that describe the
order of compilation) or how the makefiles are generated on the two
platforms.

  -spc (other than that, I suspect the sources are similar)


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