autocrlfprobably comes into play here too
NormalizeLineEndings-type extension method or specialized FluentAssertion comparers. The latter is probably slightly cleaner as we don't have to pollute
string, but it would just be in the tests, and I think not such a big deal.
Okay. Customized FluentAssertions it is, not unlike
@LukeMarlin, is this something you're comfortable with/interested in? I'd be happy to work on the change if not, but I realize it's blocking you, so maybe the timing works better if you investigate?
Whatever you prefer.
System.Environment.NewLine. Or is this even necessary? I've been out of the Mac game for a while. Bare
\rs have gone out of fashion, right?