On Tue, 20 May 1997 23:15:00 -0400 (EDT) Tim Showalter
You have your choice of two reasonable choices:
LF|CRLF|CR: This works with any OS that purports to save files in ASCII
CRLF: This is what a standard does normally.
I would make the text canonical and always use CRLF. Most
mail applications already have canonical->local line translators in them
to support saving RFC822 text to local files. In the worst case, a Mac
or UNIX editor will just show the extra line end character. The other
way around, you end up with lines all running together.
Steve Hole VP, Research and Development
The Esys Corporation EMail: steve(_at_)esys(_dot_)ca
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Edmonton, AB, Canada Fax: 403-424-4925