Toggle the current view to a "RawLineEdit" view via the command palette command
Raw Line Edit: Toggle Line Edit Mode. To simply view the raw line endings in a output panel, call the command
Raw Line Edit: View Line Endings.
Using the Enter key you can change a line ending to Windows style, to Linux/Unix style with Shift＋Enter, or even macOS 9 with Ctrl＋Enter. Select multiple lines to change more than one line.
RawLineEdit has a few settings that can tweak the behavior and look of the plugin.
Allows RawLineEdit to operate on views that haven't been saved to disk.
// Operate on sublime unsaved view buffer // Instead of reading the file from disk, // The file will be read directly from the buffer // In these cases the line endings will be normalized, // but you can edit them and save them back to disk. // Not sure how useful this is. "operate_on_unsaved_buffers": false
Enables sending messages through the SubNotify plugin.
// Use subnotify if available "use_sub_notify": true,
To enable raw line edit/view mode via a keybinding you can bind the following commands:
toggle_raw_line_edit: a command for create a view where you can view and modify line endings.
popup_raw_line_edit: creates an output panel with a read only view of the line endings.