lf will be replaced by crlf Github Desktop

lf will be replaced by crlf github desktop

In Git, a line ending is the character or sequence of characters that marks the end of a line of text. The two most common line endings are “LF” (line feed) and “CRLF” (carriage return + line feed).

When you clone a repository or create a new one, Git will automatically set the line ending style to match the one used in the repository. However, sometimes you may encounter issues where Git is converting line endings from LF to CRLF or vice-versa, this is known as “line ending conversion”

GitHub Desktop is a GUI for Git, it allows you to manage your repositories and the changes you made to them, and it also allows you to configure line ending settings for a particular repository. To configure the line ending settings for a repository in GitHub Desktop, you can follow these steps:

Open GitHub Desktop and select the repository you want to configure.
Go to the “Repository” menu and select “Repository Settings”
In the “Line Endings” section, select the desired line ending style (LF or CRLF)
Click “Save” to apply the changes

It’s important to note that the above instructions are subject to change and that the latest version of GitHub Desktop may have different settings or options. It’s advisable to check the GitHub Desktop’s website or the application’s documentation for the most up-to-date information and instructions.

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