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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 23796] - [PATCH] docs pages containing <source> are sometimes too wide
Date Sun, 09 Nov 2003 01:58:53 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From joerg.heinicke@gmx.de  2003-11-09 01:58 -------
Sorry for being destructive, but I do not see a real problem. Or better said
this problem resulting from trying to handle all types of using <source> is to
complex and I would not do it.

I had no look on the code, only on the samples, where David shows the possible
use cases - and these are really extreme samples :-)

It's almost not possible to handle both indenting and line length for every type
of source. IMO we should simply replace the <pre>s with some simple <p>s and
replace the line breaks in the text nodes of the <pre>s with <br>s - this way
we
do it in our intranet. The layout is up to the browsers.
I'm also with Vadim at this point: We should not ignore code conventions in
<source>s by using more than 80 characters. These fit in almost all browsers -
and no one wants to read the Cocoon documentation with mobile phones ;-)

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