Windows line ending fix

If you run into build issues on Windows in a freshly cloned repository (e.g., some common ones are "./ Command not found" and "No bootable device"), it may be due to to Windows line endings (\r\n). You can fix this by forcing Unix style line endings (\n). Start by running the following commands in your repository:

git config core.eol lf
git config core.autocrlf false

Next, you’ll need to delete and checkout all the files again so that you have the correct line endings. Do this:

git rm --cached -r .
git reset --hard