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[archive] Inconsistent line terminators in .PSF

[Migrated content. Thread originally posted on 28 November 2007]

We are noticing that Acubench seems inconsistent in its use of line terminators in PSF files (and resulting CBL files, etc.).

It seems that some lines are terminated with CR+LF and some just with LF.

This wouldn't be so bad, except that it seems that regenerating a form results in different terminators than it had before.

The resulting mishmash of line terminators is giving our version control system (subversion) fits. Or, more correctly, it's giving us fits.

Anyone else experiencing similar issues? Anyone have any suggestions?
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