|Subject:||CHOMP_ONE doesn't handle CRLF properly|
Short version: If lines end in \r\n, chomping ends up with lines that look like \r\r\n. Long version: We have PRE_CHOMP set. Normally our templates have just \n for newlines, but sometimes (say, when people download them via CVS on Windows or save them in a silly Windows editor) they have \r\n for newlines. We have a template for generating emails. One part of it (in the headers) looks like this (imagine all these lines end in \r\n): X-Bugzilla-Watch-Reason: [% reasonswatchheader %] [%~ IF Param('useclassification') %] X-Bugzilla-Classification: [% classification %] [% END %] X-Bugzilla-Product: [% product %] If that "IF" is false, then the resuling lines look like this in vim: X-Bugzilla-Watch-Reason: None^M^M X-Bugzilla-Product: WorldControl^M We only noticed this because Email::MIME, when processing this template, thinks that everything up to X-Bugzilla-Watch-Reason is *one header* now. Anyhow, I think it's a bug in chomping--lines should definitely never end up with \r\r\n.