Removal of ^M in Config files
michael.lawver at pointoflightproducts.com
Thu Jul 4 09:02:06 BST 2002
Thanks a lot. I particularly like this one because it's quick and easy to
Man I love this OS.... you can always learn something new every single day!!
On Thursday 04 July 2002 12:23 am, Ingo Klöcker wrote:
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> Michael wrote:
> > Does anyone know of text editor within kde or FreeBSD that can remove
> > all ^M's from Config files?
> > I had archived some of my Config files on my DOS partition and when I
> > brought them back to my FreeBSD they all have ^M's at the end of every
> > line and I need to remove them all. Some of these config files are
> > huge so I'm looking for a utility that can remove them all in one
> > pass.
> Use the following command:
> cat filename | recode /CR-LF
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