Line break bug?
jg at jasongarber.com
Mon Aug 4 09:40:57 EDT 2008
There is an option. just set the hard_breaks accessor of your
RedCloth object to false.
On Aug 2, 2008, at 6:58 AM, Jonathan Stott wrote:
> To flip this bug discussion on its head.
> I can understand the desire to conform to the Textile standard, but I
> actually find the (old) red cloth's behaviour far more useful in 99%
> I very rarely type out addresses, or anything which leads me to care
> about the exact positioning of my end of lines, except for code
> already handled by bc. On the other hand, what I do end up doing a
> is storing pages written in textile in VCS systems, so that they can
> worked on easily by collaborators, or just to track them over time.
> for this purpose, being able to type my paragraphs in 80 or 90
> lines, but have them display as a normal HTML paragraph is far more
> valuable. Merges become easier and diffs (Did they add a comma or a
> sentence?) are much more comprehensible. It far out outweighs the
> inconvenience of having to type <br /> a few times for an address.
> Would it be possible to add an option to disable the over enthusiastic
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