An Atom text editor package that strips out unnecessary newlines (LF and CRLF) from files.
strip-newlines in Action:
This package simply strips out newlines from source files. In the settings, the user can select how many newlines are ignored before the stripping begins. The default value of ignored newlines is 2. The reasoning behind using the value 2 is we often use one blank line to mark the end of one code block and the beginning of another; this blank line consists of two newlines. Using the value of 2 means that these blank lines will not be removed.
Ability to strip out newlines from files with mixed newlines and keep the original mixture of newlines intact.
Strange new bug that shows when running code - it causes some lines to indent
Certain edge cases will cause the stripping to not work correctly
Minimum value (0) may still allow for values below 0 - unsure.
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