file-attrib - Set the current buffers system file attributes
file-attrib opens a dialog enabling the user to change the system properties of the current buffer's file. Top of the dialog give the current buffer name and its file name. The Save Changes button writes the current buffer out with any current edits and changes to its file attributes. The Ok button closes the file-attrib dialog, any changes made to the file attributes will be applied next time the buffer is written.
The type allow the changing between UNIX, MS Windows and DOS text file formats. UNIX has a single new line character ('\n') where as Windows and Dos have a double new line character ('\r\n'). Also a Dos text file is terminated with a C-z (0x1A) character which the other two do not. These attribute are set in MicroEmacs by using buffer modes crlf(2m) and ctrlz(2m).
The central part of the dialog contains system dependent attributes which are defined as follows:
file-attrib is a macro implemented in fattrib.emf.
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