@Vadim Petrochenkov do we have an issue for normalizing newlines at file load time? I'd like to look into that. I've actually tried it already and I have questions about the expected behavior of
I assumed https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/issues/60604 is the issue.
Ah, that one, about raw byte strings, was closed by https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/pull/60793
expected behavior of "\r\r\n"
Let me check what VC++ does when reading a file with Windows EOL in text mode.
\r\r\n is read as
Which seems reasonable since it's the simplest and fastest variant.
And if you have things like
\r\r\n in a text file, it's understandable if the compiler considers it your problem.
The option with erroring on isolated
\rs at load time also looks good to me.
It would allow to do some cleanup in the lexer too.
issue filed, by the way: https://github.com/rust-lang/rust/issues/62865
Yeah, I think I'll go with making this a hard error. This will make handling of "file > 4GB" somewhat cleaner as well.