142657Re: RFE: honor 'eol' setting regardless of 'binary' flag.
- Jul 13 12:52 PMOn So, 13 Jul 2014, Linda A. Walsh wrote:
> Christian Brabandt wrote:No it is not. POSIX is pretty clear here and Vim is actually adhering to
> >Hi Linda!
> >On So, 13 Jul 2014, Linda A. Walsh wrote:
> >>John Little wrote:
> >>>On Sunday, July 13, 2014 6:56:20 PM UTC+12, Linda A. Walsh wrote:
> >>>>Where is it written that the last line of a file needs a uselss linefeed?
> >>>POSIX definition of a text file is a file that contains characters organized into zero or more lines:
> >>>A line is defined to have a newline:
> >>Are you saying Vim should not exist?
> >I am not sure, if being silly helps in getting anybody convinced
> >that Vim's behaviour should change. In fact, I don't see your
> >problem. Just set the required options and be done.
> Trying to claim POSIX compliance as a justification for this behavior
> is what is silly. vim was born out of a desire for more than such.
> Someone is using POSIX
> to justify not having it be a choice.
> That's what is silly.
the standard. If you like it or not. Being ironically won't make you
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