Stuart Bishop wrote:
I don't think it is possible for plpythonu to fix this by simply translating the line endings, as this would require significant knowledge of Python syntax to do correctly (triple quoted strings and character escaping I think).
of course it's possible: that's what the interpreter does when it loads a script or module, after all... or in other words,
print repr(""" """)
always prints "\n" (at least on Unix (\n) and Windows (\r\n)).