Using dos2unix and unix2dos

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You already used vim... so...

zuk's picture

you just use vim command instead :
:%s/^M//ge

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cygwin and unix2dos / dos2unix

Ed Skinner's picture

Unix2dos and dos2unix are also included in the unix-compatible tools for Windows distribution called cygwin. I put this on all the (evil) Windows machines I (am forced to) use to facilitate text file manipulations regardless of which environment, Linux or Windows, I'm sitting at.
How about a TechTip on installing cygwin? I use the installed shell all the time. And if you also install Eclipse on your Windows machine, you can then code and compile on Windows in Eclipse, all for free!

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