^M at the end of each line when I edit in winscp
What transfer mode are you using? Text or binary? Have you used the same mode for download and upload? Had the file unix line endings originally (on unix side, before step 1)? What end-of-line characters have you configured on Environment tab of login dialog for your session?Just do this:
1) transfer a text file from Unix => Win
2) transfer it back from Win => Unix
3) edit the newly received file in Unix (i.e. using vi)
you will see the Windows' /n at the end of the line, and will have to do a 'dos2unix' for that file.
Sure. In plugin settings you can set default mode. On transfer options dialog, you can change mode for particular transfer.Is it possible to specify transfer mode in FAR manager plugin? It`s really annoying when i get converted CR/LF<->LF and vice verse :evil:
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