Does PyCharm has an ASCII mode FTP deployment?

I'm developing on Windows platform, and I need to deploy my project on Unix server. When I use PyCharm FTP deployment capability, all files uploaded to Unix server has Windows-style CR symbols and can't be run by Unix python interpeter. It is not so comfortable to develop using PyCharm and deploy using third-party ftp client.  Is there something do to with this situation?

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Hello mak,

You can configure PyCharm itself to work with Unix line separators. You'll

need to convert the existing files manually; for new files, the separator

is configured under Settings | Code Style | General.

I'm developing on Windows platform, and I need to deploy my project on

Unix server. When I use PyCharm FTP deployment capability, all files

uploaded to Unix server has Windows-style CR symbols and can't be run

by Unix python interpeter. It is not so comfortable to develop using

PyCharm and deploy using third-party ftp client.  Is there something

do to with this situation?

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Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

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