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Gerald NelsonSubject: No Topic
Author: Gerald Nelson
Date: 28 Jan 2003 09:34 AM
I want the following in my xml (brackets used for readability).
[para][red]Average revenue (AR)[/red] ( = TR/Q)[/para]

When I use the indent xml tags feature, this is turned into
[para]
[red]Average revenue (AR)[/red]( = TR/Q)[/para]

I can live with the inserted line breaks between para and red but the deletion of the removal of the space between "[/red]" and "(" is affecting the content. I thought that one space was interpreted as content; any more than one is whitespace. Is there any way to ensure that the space doesn't go away?
Thanks, Jerry Nelson

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Alberto MassariSubject: Re: No Topic
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 28 Jan 2003 10:21 AM
At 09.52 28/01/2003 -0500, you wrote:
>[...]
>Is there any way to ensure that the space doesn't go away?

You can force indenter to preserve all the whitespace by adding a
xml:space="preserve" attribute to the "para" element. Or you can set it as
the default by going to Tools|Options, Editor General, select the "XML
Editor" entry in the combo box, and check the "Indenter should preserve
whitespace" check box.

Hope this helps,
Alberto

 
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