Okay, good to know.  This was an old change I had lying around when I thought #cr was writing out carriage returns to stdout and stderr (e.g. log files) instead of line feeds on Linux.  Hopefully a non-issue now.


On Mon, Feb 12, 2024 at 6:38 PM Tim Rowledge <tim@rowledge.org> wrote:
I had the distinct impression that stdin/out were meant to be available on Windows - yup, the sqWin32FilePrims code includes sqFileStdioHandlesIntoFile_WithHandle_IsWritable() which at least looks like it is intended to deal with them.

Does it work?

> On 2024-02-12, at 9:06 PM, commits@source.squeak.org wrote:
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> FileStream's stdout and stderr are for Linux, so use Linux line-endings when writing to them.


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