From Uncle Pete on the pcgen list:
I've just downloaded the PCGen 6.04.01 RC2 to check the progress, and
I've found that the pcgen.sh shell script has windows-style CR/LF end of
line terminators - ie the dreaded ^M.
This is not the case in previous releases. Is it a known issue? For the
final release of 6.04.01, will pcgen.sh go back to the way it was in
While I'm on my soapbox, is there any chance of adding execute
permissions to pcgen.sh? I have to run 'chmod a+x pcgen.sh' before I can
use PCGen. Not hard, but still...
I run PCGen on 64bit Ubuntu linux with OpenJDK 7.
Updated svn properties t make the file have unix line endings and updated the assembly to make the file executable in the zips.