Pre-formatting for non-code data is...not clear.

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Morgan Schweers

11 Mar, 2008 09:47 AM

Greetings, Love you folk's stuff, in general, but...boy, it took a while to make sense out of formatting for log data and stack traces and such.

I know Textile reasonably, but nothing that works anywhere else for pre-formatting works here. It doesn't appear to be RedCloth (or if it is, it's had the pre-formatting code removed), and BlueCloth is Markdown, and it doesn't obey those formatting commands either...

After a long time of experimenting, it turns out that '@@@' isn't just for code formatting. If you use '@@@' by itself, it'll pre/code the block it's surrounding, and suppress 'p' tag generation.

Since log messages and stack traces are pretty common entries for useful bug reports, the custom code to format those should probably be a little clearer.

Now if only emailed-in-tickets were formatted right...

-- Morgan

  1. 1 Posted by Rick on 11 Mar, 2008 06:09 PM

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    It's a custom language taking a lot from RedCloth, but there are some things missing (preformatting, tables).

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