Github user bodewig commented on the issue:
@JJoe2 I'm sorry, but now the patch contains all the changes we've made
since you started your branch. It would be good if you could rebase your branch.
Many thanks for the `w=1` trick, I wasn't aware of it. I do care about
line-feeds but I care about identifying what has changed more :-) - in svn the
linefeeds are correct, BTW.
I'd really prefer to keep the Flush and UTC changes separate. That one
changes binary serialization of `LoggingEvent`s which means people can't use
different versions of log4net and the remoting sink, for example. Something
we'd need to document and warn against, if we deem it acceptable.
Actually I would have preferred a separate PR for 57299a4 as well as it is
a different JIRA issue. I've applied that separately now (and also locked
`m_ht` in `Clear`) so it should disappear if you rebase your branch.
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