I'm running AS7 on Mac, but found sometimes my servlet PrintWriter produces output with dos-style eol. When opening the output in vi, there are a couple of ^M at end of line.
This does not always happen. After trying out a few samples, I found if the line already contains line.separator, then its eol will be ^M. For example,
PrintWriter out = response.getWriter();
out.println("From " + System.getProperty("line.separator") + this);
If line.separator is out used in output, then everything looks normal.
My guess is the servlet container may first apply a dos-style eol, then does some sort of replacing with native eol by searching for the first occurrence of line.separator.
Has anyone also seen this?
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