ts wrote:

>>>>>>"C" == Chris Morris <chrismo / clabs.org> writes:
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> try it with the `b' switch
>
Dang it - forgot about that *again*. Thanks for the reminder :-)

Still don't know if that quells my rant. I assume that the default \n is 
used in memory at all times, and Ruby will handle the appropriate 
translation for *nix/Windows/Mac, freeing me from worrying over that? 
And the case I stumbled upon today was a leaky abstraction?

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Chris
http://clabs.org/blogki