I don't know if I've done something to my LC prefs, or to my Mac, or to
the following script
does create a file - but that file can't be (easily, properly) used by
some other Mac apps, because all the end-of-line characters are 0x0d
(i.e. numtochar(13)). So unix utilities like wc, cat, grep, more, ...
won't deal with it properly - though emacs, Sublime, Coda2, etc. do ok.
put "asd" & CR & "qwe" & CR & "zxc" &CR into t
put t into URL ("file:/Users/alextweedly/tiny.txt")
If I create the same file in an editor (emacs, Sublime Text, ...) they
all produce e-o-l characters which are 0x0A (i.e. numtochar(10)), and
this works in both editors and utilities mentioned above, as well as LC.
Maybe it's always been like this ??
I don't know - I just noticed because I tried to 'grep' for some
characters in all files within a folder, and didn't find anything
(though I should have done).
SO I can get by - just avoid using any files created within LC with any
other apps - but I'd rather find out if I should be doing something
different, or if I've accidentally changed some setting that causes this.
Thanks for any thoughts,
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