patch applied (cabal): Fudge comment indentation in unliting to
work with haddock
igloo at earth.li
Mon Feb 4 15:05:38 EST 2008
On Sat, Feb 02, 2008 at 08:28:35PM -0800, Duncan Coutts wrote:
> Sat Feb 2 20:23:08 PST 2008 Duncan Coutts <duncan at haskell.org>
> * Fudge comment indentation in unliting to work with haddock
> The rule is, if we see any bird track style code then we will indent all
> comments by two spaces so that it should line up with the code. Otherwise
> we use no indentation so that it'll work with latex style literate files.
> This makes it work for takusen (once you change the '.' lines to be blank).
I haven't been following exactly what's been going on with this, but
this sounds very wrong to me. Is this problem caused by using invisible
spaces for comment continuation, or did using '.' have the same problem?
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