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default-add-final-newline: preference variable
Default value: 0
If this variable is nonzero, Epsilon will ensure that each non-empty
non-binary file it saves ends with a newline character, by inserting
one at the end of the buffer, if necessary, just before saving a file.
Before checking this variable, Epsilon looks for a mode-specific
variable with a name of the form
c-add-final-newline and uses that
instead. (Because of line translation, the newline character inserted
in the buffer could become a return/linefeed sequence or something
else when saved on disk. See set-line-translate for details.)
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