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I frequently find myself in a situation where I need to produce a text file (XHTML) on my iMac and then copy it to an XP machine for further work. Unfortunately, Unix and Billy Gates handle line termination differently. Is there any way to coax the text editor to save text in "windows" format?

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TextWrangler and JEdit let you choose between windows (cr+lf) Unix (lf) and Mac (cr) line endings.
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TextWrangler and JEdit let you choose between windows (cr+lf) Unix (lf) and Mac (cr) line endings.
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