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Re: [Orgmode] Re: Blank lines in literal html

From: Wanrong Lin
Subject: Re: [Orgmode] Re: Blank lines in literal html
Date: Sun, 09 Dec 2007 18:08:54 -0500
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Bastien wrote:
Hi Wanrong,

Wanrong Lin <address@hidden> writes:

Finally, I decided to learn some elisp debugging techniques and as a
practice, it seems I found the bug and fixed it with this patch (against
org.el in 5.16b)

@@ -24437,7 +24437,7 @@
          (when (re-search-backward
             "\\(<p>\\)\\([ \t\r\n]*\\)\\=" (- (point) 100) t)
        (setq par (match-string 1))
-        (replace-match "\\2\n"))
+        (replace-match ""))
          (insert line "\n")
          (while (and lines
              (get-text-property 0 'org-protected (car lines)))

I am not completely sure whether this is the right fix, but so far the
output looks OK to me.

Thanks for this.  I think the patch is safe (I'm testing it for two or
three days now) but I cannot predict it will be in any cases.  I guess
Carsten will have a better call on this.

(BTW, the issue your raising here concerns the way the HTML code *looks*
and IMO they are less important than issues regarding the correctness of
the HTML code... Just a thought.)

Thanks for testing. Surely the No.1 priority is to have correct HTML syntax. But I think how the page looks comes very close as a second priority. After all, we use HTML because we want certain look (and better navigation).


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