I have not yet succeeded in turning this behaviour off (_setmode() didn't seem to affect it). If we can't find a way to turn it off, the only solution short of abandoning its use on Windows that I can think of is to translate LF on input to something unlikely like 0x1C and then translate it back when we read it from the pipe.
Did you _setmode() the pipe, _setmode() stderr, or both? (And did you try before or after calling dup2()?).


It looks like the Win CRT implementation of dup2() copues the "mode" from the pipe that you've created into stderr.
         -- Korry

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