Even though it may not show up at first glance inside an editor or mxr, wifi-sleep-description currently ends with 2 spaces that in fact are a 20 c2 a0 (hex) sequence, where c2 a0 is known as a non-breaking space character (see e.g. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2946164/streamwriter-problem-2-spaces-written-as-hex-20-c2-a0-instead-of-hex-20-20 and http://www.jetmore.org/john/blog/2012/03/multiple-spaces-after-period-in-wordpress/). This showed up by coincidence when using a non UTF enabled diff tool and may be harmless, but rather reporting it to prevent possible trouble. It could probably be resolved by just removing the spaces and saving the file again.
Comment on attachment 8613492 [details] [review] [gaia] flodolo:patch-1 > mozilla-b2g:master Silly patch to fix weird characters probably introduced by a text editor.
Comment on attachment 8613492 [details] [review] [gaia] flodolo:patch-1 > mozilla-b2g:master LGTM, thanks!
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Let's try this again. Sorry about that.