Hide the last 'new line', just like Vim and GitHub.
This package is meant for:
\nmarks the termination of one single line, instead of acting as the separator between two lines.
You SHOULD NOT use this package if you think:
\nat the end of a file is totally heresy;
\nto each file you write.
Suppress display of end-of-file newlines as blank lines. A temporal fix for Atom issue 7787. More precisely,
\n, then the line number of the 'new line' is hidden (by css), just like what vim does.
\n, then the line number is shown in a bright color, indicating a missing
\r\nas EOL simply work perfectly.
Attention: This package only deals with how things appear: it never modify any bit of your file content. Thus, this package:
vim-mode-plus, and other packages.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.