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Remove windows line endings (crlf) on basic windows 7 install?

Is there a way to remove windows line endings on a basic windows 7 install. I'm working on a windows 7 computer with notepad and word 2010 at work. I'm trying to demo markdown without installing ...
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SVN eol-style property issue

We have two SVN repositories, both are used by multiple users from Windows and Linux, too. Both repositories have their default svnproperties (i.e. svn:eol-style=native), we store mainly text files. ...
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Does wget always write FTP listings in DOS file format?

I am using wget to create an index of an FTP site (as in this question), and its ".listing" files are written in DOS file format (CRLF line-breaks) rather than Unix file format, which interferes with ...
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Terminal application that appends CR to incoming LF's on COM

Is there any windows based terminal application that has a setting to allow carriage returns to be added to line feeds that come in from a COM port? I am currently using HyperTerminal and as far as I ...
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How does git track changes, why does it get confused? Because I do

I have a git repository on a Dropbox folder, shared between a Linux machine and a Windows machine. I try to sync only on the Windows machine, because I am aware of "issues" that may arise. ...
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what's the downside to leaving ascii files with LF line endings in Windows

I'm collaborating on a Git project that has developers on OSX, Linux and Windows. I've set my autocrlf setting to auto which means that it converts the line endings to CRLF as it pulls them down to ...
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Powershell overruling Perl binmode?

I have a Perl script which creates a binary file while scanning a very large text file. It outputs to STDOUT which I redirect in the commandline to a file. To optimize it I'm making changes then ...
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How can I make grep use CRLF (and not LF) as a newline?

I need to grep through a file where not only are lines terminated by a CRLF, but they might also have several LFs on each line. How can I make grep ignore LFs unless there's a CR in front of them? ...