Comment #8 on issue 1668 by chipx86: Diffs not applying cleanly circa 1.0.7 with odd line endings
http://code.google.com/p/reviewboard/issues/detail?id=1668

Of course, if we then change the diff so that the ^M is preserved, it'll break against the source input where the ^M is not preserved, and there's no great way to preserve that there. If we do change the ^M to "\n " in order to get a new line in the diff, the lines referenced in the diff will no longer be correct and it may fail
to apply. Rock and a hard place.

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