the ^M from the files.
- Using jEdit to load the uuencoded file and switch the line encoding of
the current buffer and store the file again.
- Using gVim ( vi Improved on Windows ) is at the start a little problem,
because there the key
- is mapped to a different function
as on Solaris.
- You have to set the file format to unix
:set ffs ---> fileformats=dos,unix
- Reload the file with :e
- Replace the ^M with
Store the file