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Re: [liquidwar-user] "\x0d\x0a" vs "\r\n"

From: Christian Mauduit
Subject: Re: [liquidwar-user] "\x0d\x0a" vs "\r\n"
Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 20:41:07 +0100
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On Mon, Mar 17, 2003 at 04:54:48PM -0500, Roderick Schertler wrote:
> You changed "\x0d\x0a" in the patch I submitted to "\r\n", with a
> comment saying they're equivalent.  They aren't actually equivalent,
> the values used for \r and \n are up to the C compiler.  Eg, Mac OS
> has traditionally used \x0d rather than \x0a for \n.  For network
huh huh, interesting... That's really weird indeed. The reason I had
changed it back to "\r\n" is that gcc would complain that
"httputil.c:123: warning: the meaning of `\x' varies with -traditional"
when I switched the -Wtraditional flag on. However I don't use
-Wtraditional any more since it's pretty much useless and cumbersome.

> programming one should use the numeric form.
I'll change back to "\x0d\x0a" in next release 8-)

Thanks for this informative feedback and have a nice day,


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