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Line Endings Unify

by vontio ALL

batch change files endings

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  • 2016.07.24.10.20.10
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  • Total 26K
  • Win 16K
  • Mac 7K
  • Linux 3K
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Sublime Line Endings Unify

change files endings (Mac,Unix,Windows) to Unix (aka \n). (windows with sublime3 will be Windows (aka \r\n))

Installation:

  • you should use sublime package manager
  • use cmd+shift+P then Package Control: Install Package
  • look for Line Endings Unify and install it.
  • OR, Clone or unpack to “Line Endings Unify” folder inside “Packages” of your Sublime installation.

How to use:

  • drag folder to sublime
  • use cmd+shift+P then Line Endings Unify
  • or bind some key in your user key binding:
{
     "keys": ["ctrl+alt+shift+l"],
     "command": "line_endings_unify"
    }
  • check file extentions to be handled
  • done

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