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Re: [PATCH]merge_tests.py test 4 fails on trunk as a result of r22510

From: Kamesh Jayachandran <kamesh_at_collab.net>
Date: 2006-11-30 16:28:37 CET

Hi Lieven,

> In python when you use '\n' that's automatically converted to CR, LF or CRLF
> depending on the platform. os.linesep is '\r\n' on Windows, but because \n is
> converted actually it becomes '\r\r\n'. You probably only use os.linesep when
> writing in binary mode to files.
Is it so? I believe windows libc would write LF as CRLF to disk for
non-binary mode.
I believe python should treat LF as LF and CRLF as CRLF. It has no
business of converting the data.

I don't have a access to win32 now.
Can you tell me the out of the following code?
Open a notepad and write abc.txt with the following snipped content.

f = open('abc.txt')
print len(f.read())

If it prints '12' my theory would be:
'No need to bother about EOL styles, if the file is created and consumed
by the same platform'
Not sure what to arrive at :)

With regards
Kamesh Jayachandran

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