Hi all, Check it: # test1.rb - created via Eclipse on Windows, using UTF8 encoding #!/usr/bin/ruby # test2.rb - created via vi on Linux #!/usr/bin/ruby >./test1.rb >: bad interpreter: No such file or directory >./test2.rb > Hey! WTF? >od test1.rb 0000000 020443 072457 071163 061057 067151 071057 061165 006571 0000020 000012 0000021 >od test2.rb 0000000 020443 072457 071163 061057 067151 071057 061165 005171 0000020 Normally I can see newlines as ^M characters with vi, but I don't see them, and attempting to replace them doesn't work. According to my ASCII chart, 12 is a newline. Ok, I wrote test1.rb on Windows. But where the heck is that 21 (device control 1?) coming from? Is it the UTF8 encoding? And how do I get rid of it? And why is it making Ruby choke? Thanks, Dan This communication is the property of Qwest and may contain confidential or privileged information. Unauthorized use of this communication is strictly prohibited and may be unlawful. If you have received this communication in error, please immediately notify the sender by reply e-mail and destroy all copies of the communication and any attachments.
on 2006-05-16 18:09
on 2006-05-16 18:30
>>>>> "B" == Berger, Daniel <Daniel.Berger@qwest.com> writes: >> od test1.rb B> 0000000 020443 072457 071163 061057 067151 071057 061165 006571 B> 0000020 000012 B> 0000021 Try cat -v test1.rb or od -b test1.rb B> Is it the UTF8 encoding? And how do I get rid of it? And why is it ruby -pi.bak -e '$_.sub!(/\cM$/, "")' Guy Decoux