Problem scenario: When you move a Windows .txt file to a Linux server, new characters can be introduced. For example, the content of the file can have a “^M” (with no quotes) at the end of every line. Sometimes tr, sed, and awk won’t work to remove this new jibberish (extraneous characters). Moreover, sometimes the substitute command in vi will fail to do anything about these extraneous characters (^M). How do you eliminate these extra characters at the end of every line?
“Documentation plays a great role in the maintenance of a project.” (Page 19, Learn Apache Ant, Tutorialspoint.com, 2014)
The open source movement is no exception. As much as we admire The Apache Software Foundation, we are disappointed that they don’t correct errors. We’ve submitted the first two errors below to them. However, mistakes remain. Here are some errors to help other people who may be confused:
#1 was corrected. (We removed the error from this page.)
#2 Error on web page for Apache Ant
Specific location: http://ant.apache.org/projects.html
What is wrong: