|Version 1.9.1||Apache License 2.0|
Did your source code get polluted by scattered
Endlines smartly converts text files from and to the following line ending conventions : Unix/Apple (LF), Windows (CRLF) and legacy Apple (CR).
endlines unix *
- No need to know about the source files' convention. Multiple conventions can be mixed within a single file.
- Straightforward syntax for multiple files and recursion into directories. Hidden files and directories are skipped by default (you don't want to mess with your
.git, do you ?)
- Binary files will be detected and skipped by default, according to a filter based on both file extension and file content.
- Files' last access and last modified time stamps can be preserved.
- UTF-8 files, UTF-16 with BOM as well as all single byte encodings will be treated well. However, UTF-32 is not supported (files will be seen as binary and left untouched).
- Whether converting or checking, a report is given on the original state of line endings that were found.
$ endlines check -r . endlines : dry run, scanning files endlines : 6431 files checked ; found : - 142 No line ending - 1 Legacy Mac (CR) - 6250 Unix (LF) - 37 Windows (CR-LF) - 1 Mixed endings 2403 binaries skipped 480 hidden files skipped
The download page offers ready-to-eat options for Linux and Apple users.
Compile your own
- Local install :
make; make test; if satisfied, move the
endlinesexecutable to your local path.
- Global install :
make; make test; sudo make installwill put an
Endlines is known to have been compiled and run out of the box on Apple OSX, several Linux distributions and IBM AIX. I provide support for all POSIX compliant operating sytems. I won't provide any support for Windows, but pull requests dealing with it will be welcome.