New pprint tests were committed recently, but they fail on Windows because the tests check for \n, while pprint seems to output \r\n. A log with the test failures is attached.
The first failing commit is https://github.com/clojure/clojure/commit/4ca0f7ea17888ba7ed56d2fde0bc2d6397e8e1c0
Approach: Before comparing output of pprint against a string in the unit test, split each of those strings into sequences of lines using clojure.string/split-lines, which removes occurrences of the regex #"\r?\n" between lines, and can thus safely be used to compare multiline strings between platforms that use only a newline, and those that use carriage return plus newline.
Screened by: Alex Miller