Author r.david.murray
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Date 2015-08-07.15:50:42
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splitlines(keepends=True) is not ever equivalent to splitting by just '\n'.  I don't know the details here, but switching to that would certainly be a behavior change.  (Especially if the code path also applies to non-binary data!):

>>> b'abc\nde\r\nf\x1dg'.splitlines(True)
[b'abc\n', b'de\r\n', b'f\x1dg']
>>> 'abc\nde\r\nf\x1dg'.splitlines(True)
['abc\n', 'de\r\n', 'f\x1d', 'g']
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