Really weird thing going on here. I use a program called "Tail for Win32" to monitor my log files, mostly PHP error logs so I won't miss an error while I'm coding.
I've used XAMPP before, EasyPHP before that, and just recently Zend Server CE. Now that I'm back to XAMPP, I've noticed my log files are being saved in the Macintosh end of line format. This causes Tail for Win32 to display errors as one long line of text, instead of a line break after each error, making it quite difficult to read
From my understanding PHP automatically uses the correct EOL format for whatever operating system it's running on. I can verify that it's doing the Macintosh ELO format on a Windows 64-bit Ultimate OS, Windows XP SP3, and Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit. I've downloaded, redownloaded, fresh installed XAMPP several times now. I'm not using the installation package if that helps at all. This just isn't making any sense, I'm determined to figure out how to fix this. I've been googling this all afternoon with no luck. Help me out before I pull my hair out