I figured out the issue. It was an additional line-break converter and rearranging of the
filters. I went ahead and changed it for you, but uou might need to go back to some
previous posts across the site and add the double space where necessary.
On 5/1/10 12:21 AM, "Ohly, Patrick" <patrick.ohly(a)intel.com> wrote:
On Fri, 2010-04-30 at 21:48 +0100, Shaver, Michael R wrote:
> "Copied almost verbatim" because that format differs
from HTML in one
> aspect: line breaks inside a paragraph are turned into a <br/>. I find
> that inconvenient, because it also forces me to remove line breaks from
> my announcement emails when I copy/paste them into Drupal. To me, it
> also seems to deviate from normal Markdown syntax which normally uses
> extra whitespace at the end of a line to insert <br/>
> Mike, is this a Drupal-specific extension? Can it be turned off?
I'm not sure I understand the issue?? Can you let me know what rst2html
produces or send me a sample.
That's independent of rst2html. Here's an example:
The Markdown filter in Drupal does indeed need
to work within Drupal, but it's also possible whoever wrote the filter
didn't quite get the correct conversion of these line breaks?
Either that, or he intentionally deviated from the Markup syntax. I'd
prefer the original definition, so that
is really the same as
That they are not treated as the same is the problem that I have when
inserting the rst2html output.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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