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Richard WagenknechtSubject: 3.1 Feature request
Author: Richard Wagenknecht
Date: 30 Aug 2001 11:34 AM
Is it possible to have the index xml tags feature preserve blank lines? Some of my templates get complex and whitespace greatly improves readability (as it does in all programming languages).

Thanks,
Richard

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: 3.1 Feature request
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 30 Aug 2001 11:47 AM
At 11:40 AM 8/30/01 -0400, you wrote:
>From: "Richard Wagenknecht"
>
>Is it possible to have the index xml tags feature preserve blank lines?
>Some of my templates get complex and whitespace greatly improves
>readability (as it does in all programming languages).

Hi Richard,
are you referring to the "indent xml" feature? In this case, are you just
missing an empty line between xsl:template tags or also in other cases?

Alberto

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Richard WagenknechtSubject: Re: 3.1 Feature request
Author: Richard Wagenknecht
Date: 30 Aug 2001 01:31 PM
It's the indent XSLT source command from the edit menu. And yes, it is removing the lines between elements. For instance, I might have:









Using the index XSLT source command would remove the blank line after

 
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