View Source Credo.Check.Consistency.LineEndings (Credo v1.7.5)


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Windows and Linux/macOS systems use different line-endings in files.

It seems like a good idea not to mix these in the same codebase.

While this is not necessarily a concern for the correctness of your code, you should use a consistent style throughout your codebase.

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Force a choice, values can be :unix or :windows.

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