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Defect #20769

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Issues with formatting of == (equality operator)

Added by Mehmet Soyturk over 8 years ago. Updated 5 months ago.

Status:
New
Priority:
Normal
Assignee:
-
Category:
Text formatting
Target version:
-
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Description

This operator might have special meaning in textile, but I didn't not find it in the documents. When I input this as plain textile text or as inline code (betwee @ characters), sometimes it disappears.

This is annoying, because = = is the equality operator in many programming languages.

I will paste this text below:

@x == y && a == b@
@x == y && a == b@

== abc ==

=== abc ===

= abc =

x == y & a == b

x == y

a == b

@x == y && a == b@
@x == y && a == b@

After pasting:

x y && a b
x y && a b

abc

=== abc ===

= abc =

x y & a b

x y

a b

x y && a b
x y && a b

Actions #1

Updated by Toshi MARUYAMA over 8 years ago

  • Category set to Text formatting
Actions #2

Updated by Simon Fischer 5 months ago

since still open, if anybody else finds this: also just as annoying, you can circumvent the problem by either leaving out the leading space as in x== 5 or by inserting a coded space (
) instead: x == 5 (x
== 5)

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