[pmwiki-users] <code> or <kbd>
menachem.shapiro at gmail.com
Wed Feb 2 21:58:59 CST 2005
On Thu, 3 Feb 2005 14:50:49 +1100, Nathan Jones <pmwiki at optimo.com.au> wrote:
> The only option I can see is PmWiki.MarkupMasterIndex's recommendation to
> put space before preformatted text. BUT:
> 1. When I paste in a code example, I have to add a space to the beginning
> of each line, or else PmWiki will stop the <pre> and treat un-indented
> text as a paragraph instead.
> 2. When I want to copy a code example while viewing a page, I get an
> extra space at the beginning of each line.
> 3. Space-before-code grievance aside, there is a style issue: I may not
> want my preformatted text to be further from the side than other text.
> How do I avoid this?
> ([@code formatting@] sounded hopeful, but <code> doesn't preserve
> linebreaks, even if surrounded by <pre> as a result of indenting the
> first line.)
Try something like this (there is a space before the first bracket):
more code here
and so on
> Nathan Jones
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