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[MiNT] newline problem
I remember this issue has been discussed before, but can't remember if
anyone came up with a usable solution:
When I compile a commandline program using gcc I can use the program and
read it's text output perfectly in my TosWin2 windows when running MiNT.
But if I use it as a TTP program under plain TOS, the text output becomes
unreadable because of the unixoide CR without LF. What should I do to make
such an app usable under plain TOS ?