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plugin:nodisp [2021-07-29 17:13]
turnermm [Newline syntax]
plugin:nodisp [2021-08-04 16:14]
turnermm [Newline syntax]
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 {/nodisp} {/nodisp}
 </code> </code>
-The ''<nodisp. . . >'' syntax sets off blocks of text.  This syntax treats the enclosed text as a single line unless an extra newline (CR/LF) or the DokuWiki newline markup is inserted. This conforms to the practice of the DokuWiki editor. See https://github.com/turnermm/nodisp/issues/3+The ''<nodisp. . . >'' syntax sets off blocks of text. If you place two blocks, one after the other, there will be a paragraph break between the two.  The newline syntax treats the enclosed text as a single line unless an extra newline (CR/LF) or the DokuWiki newline markup is inserted. This conforms to the practice of the DokuWiki editor. If you place one newline entry above another, they will not be separated by a paragraph break but by a newline. See https://github.com/turnermm/nodisp/issues/3
  
 If you are upgrading from an earlier version of nodisp, which does not support the newline syntax, you will have to remove the file syntax.php from the root directory of the plugin.  This is now replaced by a new file called basic.php in the syntax directory.  If you are upgrading from an earlier version of nodisp, which does not support the newline syntax, you will have to remove the file syntax.php from the root directory of the plugin.  This is now replaced by a new file called basic.php in the syntax directory. 
plugin/nodisp.txt ยท Last modified: 2021-08-04 16:18 by turnermm