I thought I had left CRLF behind for unix eol when I got a libremv4 with pureos preinstalled.
Did this change with a recent update?. I think I would have noticed ^M at the end of
lines copied into emacs before, as I do now.
I’d like to configure tilix so that when I select text displayed by tilix
and copy it, it will have unix line-endings of ‘\n’ with no ‘\r’ when I wl-paste it.
Example: I did this in a tilix terminal with bash, and I am preparing this in emacs
so I did Esc 1 Esc ! wl-paste to get the following.
15:03 ~/bs]$ echo;echo test line;echo^M
[15:03 ~/bs]$ wl-paste^M
[15:04 ~/bs]$ wl-paste|od -a^M
0000000 t e s t sp l i n e cr nl nl^M
[15:04 ~/bs]$ ^M
Now I will copy this page from emacs -nw to the clipboard and then paste it
for this post.
which looks ok, but may have CRLF for the web textarea, I suppose.