HTML diff strips space character when line indentation uses an odd number of spaces
|Reported by:||Christopher Lenz||Owned by:||daniel|
|Component:||version control/changeset view||Version:||0.7|
If a line contains a single space character at the beginning of a line, that space is stripped from the HTML diff view, effectively putting the character after the space directly at the beginning of the line.
For an example, examine the HTML diff of . In the diff for
<tr class="..."> elements are actually indented by a single space in the source.
Change History (7)
comment:2 by , 16 years ago
|Severity:||minor → normal|
|Summary:||HTML diff strips single space characters at line begins → HTML diff strips space character when line indentation uses an odd number of spaces|