darekm at emadar.com
Thu Sep 16 16:52:54 CEST 2004
Użytkownik Tomas Hajny napisał:
> On Wed, 15 Sep 2004 23:59:57 +0200, Darek Mazur wrote
>>Użytkownik Michael Van Canneyt napisał:
>>>I think that if your code expects the same linefeed on both platforms,
>>>you should rethink your strategy. You should always use the 'local'
>>>default. Opening a unix LF file in Windows gives strange results, and
>>>vice versa too...
>>I dont agree:
>> I don't know on which OS file will be write or read, I have
>>several places to generate and several to read files. And no user
>>need to open this files myself without application.
> If it's only your application working with these files, you are already on the
> safe side, because FPC supports all line endings on all supported platforms.
>> And second I don't understand why You don't want change it. I
>>don't see any true reason to left it unchanged. Everybody, who want
>>to control output must avoid WRITELN (I don't test READLN, but I use
>>it very rare). I want do decide, how function work, not OS.
>>Of course I can do it by hand, but I think that somebody help me (I
>>must change more than 1000 places in my program)
> We will discuss this internally and let you know the result.
Thx, that sounds good.
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