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Re: zsh and line breaks

On Wed, 31 Mar 2004, Oliver Kiddle wrote:

> "Peter A. Castro" wrote:
> > > Are those corrections likely to be limited to the Cygwin package for
> > > zsh?
> >
> > Yes.  Currently, my changes are Cygwin specific and really don't apply to
> > the other platforms.
> It is easy for us to add `#ifdef __CYGWIN__' around changes or #define
> O_TEXT to zero on other systems so if you do correct the problem,
> please send the changes back to us.

There are about 43 open() calls which I've updated with the O_TEXT
option.  Having all those ifdef's seemed rather ugly (makes the code hard
to look at, expectially when they are within a few lines of each other)
so I took a more "elegent" approach, though you may want to revise it if
it doesn't meet your style requirements :)

> > I'm aware of O_TEXT and I thought I'd changed all of the places where
> > files are opened already, but I just checked my patches and those changes
> > are gone!  AARRGGHH!!  Ok, I'll re-edit and get that back in.  Going
> > through stdin or via piped fds may be an issue still.  Anyway, thanks for
> > the thought!
> It seems there is a setmode() function declared in io.h which will
> allow the mode to be changed on any already open file descriptors.

Yep, I'm experimenting with this right now.  As it stands, tests which
print out to a file and then cat it back in (currently A04redirect and
E01options) produce a diff, but don't otherwise seem to have any

> Oliver

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