Mike said to Sean,
| It was vim. I retyped it using vi.
Yes, you must have had vim in a state where it writes DOS-style ends-of-line.
Perhaps your version of vim fires up that way and you need to override it.
A file like that can be stripped of its CR's pretty quickly with tr -d \\15
(requires a temporary file). A version of vi on a Linux box where I have
commands to change the ends-of-line. It defaults to the state in which it
finds the file, or to DOS upon opening a brand new filename that doesn't
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