It looks like Makefile generation in the post bug 774032 world is writing CRLF line endings on Windows. My source tree has LF line endings in the Makefile.in's and when the Makefile is written in the object directory, line endings are converted to CRLF. It appears Preprocessor defaults to LF line endings. So, I'm guessing the CRLFs are being introduced by an I/O layer. I don't think this breaks anything: it's just somewhat annoying.
open("Makefile", "w") as opposed to open("Makefile", "wb") somewhere, I guess.
That was actually done on purpose. Why care?
I've been using git to version control my objdir so I can compare output from the official build system and my hackery. Git whines about CRLF by default, which is annoying. This is a minor inconvenience. If you want to mark WONTFIX, I'll accept it.
(In reply to Gregory Szorc [:gps] from comment #3) > I've been using git to version control my objdir so I can compare output > from the official build system and my hackery. Git whines about CRLF by > default, which is annoying. You can configure it not to.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 6 years ago
Resolution: --- → WONTFIX
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