On Wed, 22 Sep 2004 00:37:56 +0900, Cristi BALAN <mental / gmail.com> wrote:
> I know, I set the ffs=unix on purpose because i didn't want vim to
> guess the ff by itself and leave me thinking i'm editing a unix file,
> when I was actually editing a dos file. Tho, the only case when the ff
> gets set to dos is the case when all line endings in the file are
> crlf, but i don't want that, I want it to be predictable, I'd rather
> put up with the ^M :)
> 
> Thanks for the suggestion and sorry if my post seemed like I was
> complaining about my settings, I was actually trying to guess why some
> earlier post (the grandparent) had the \r problems :)

No problem. You *can* change the modeline to indicate the format. I
always see the "[dos]" and "[unix]" when I open a file, and if I'm
ever in doubt, I'll simply do "set ff".

-austin
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