Basic strategy same as here but having some trouble with getting
find to behave like the article, and working around files that have spaces or other special character in them (especially apostrophes, as they are in people's names).
fix-eol.sh file is basically the same as the articles, except that we use a for loop over
xargs so that the name escaping can be done.
fix-eol-1.sh file converts all line endings to Unix for a single file. The issues are mostly Mac, but this does Windows -> Unix first so that the \r in Windows files isn't also changed to a \n (giving \n\n).
Run by doing
git filter-branch --tree-filter '~/Documents/Projects/baad/fix-eol.sh' --prune-empty -- --all
Note that this is slow. Running it took around an hour - at each step it's fully reading and writing every csv file in the project, for every commit.