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bug#32281: shr.el align support patch


From: Bad Blue Bull
Subject: bug#32281: shr.el align support patch
Date: Tue, 07 Aug 2018 03:51:52 +0300

OKay, I've trimmed the source and reverted default value of shr-use-fonts to t.
 
06.08.2018, 18:14, "Eli Zaretskii" <address@hidden>:
The first line of the doc string should not be longer than 78
characters, and should be a complete sentence.

I don't know what do you mean of "complete sentence", docs say it must start with a capital letter and end with a period.
First sentence now fills 2 lines I know it's not good for apropos, I can edit it again if needed.

 

Why did you decide to use u+2028 and u+2029 for these purposes? Emacs
doesn't yet support these characters as Unicode intended, so using
them might have unexpected effects, and might produce different effect
if we start supporting them in the future.

I need to use a character to mark places where lines must be split (specified by <br> tags and end of list items), also a character to mark end of a paragraph to be filled (a mark can be used for this purpose but docs warn against it). These chars will be removed when a paragraph gets filled, I don't see them cause any trouble in the future and those values can easily be altered to diffirent ones if it happens.



 

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