Squeak 2.1 for UNIX?
R. A. Harmon
harmonra at webname.com
Thu Aug 13 22:31:37 UTC 1998
At 09:05 AM 8/13/98 -0400, you wrote:
>I run Squeak under Linux, and I've
>found that sometimes when I read files with the file browser there are no
>carriage returns at the end of each line. I filein'ed the CrLf fix on the
>UIUC ftp site, and after a bit of hacking to get it to work I STILL find
>that some files have no carriage returns when read. Am I missing something
Squeak seems to use a number of characters to indicate line termination.
I've found Cr, CrLf, and Lf. The predominate convention on DOS/Windows x86
is CrLf and (I think) UNIX is Lf.
I briefly considered modifying Squeak to use Cr internally and the native
platform externally, but am in the middle of a large project. Trace though
how code is filed in/out and also how it is retrieved/stored in the source
and changes files and you'll see what's happening. A code file you may have
gotten from a Windows Squeak may use Cr and you need Lf on your UNIX Squeak.
The #next, #nextPut:, #nextChunk, #getSource, . . . are the methods that
need to translate from/to the internal and the native platform external
line termination conventions.
I guess I'll do it later so its 3,692th on my list. Or is it 3,693th after
the application to manage my list of thing to do.
Richard A. Harmon "The only good zombie is a dead zombie"
harmonra at webname.com E. G. McCarthy
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