On Wed, May 02, 2001 at 10:06:10PM +0200, Troels Arvin wrote:

> The problem occurs when a web-developer using a Mac editor edits PHP
> code: If he writes PHP code and his editor uses \r as linefeeds in the
> PHP code, then the strange phenomenon may arise.

Don't know wether you have already done that or not...but take a look
at the file with the php-code with a hexeditor. 
Once on the mac and once after it has been put on the linux-host.
Is there seriously just a \r as a linefeed? (how does output of cat 'file-with-phpcode'
look like?)

These are just a few guesses, we had some serious problems with other things and
linefeeds (in a heterogenous env.).

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