October 03, 2005
It appears that when DDOC sees $(BR) it outputs the macro expansion followed by a new-line. Thus when I have the BR macro defined as BR = <br/> we get "<br/>\n" in the output file, which really messes up <pre>...</pre> blocks.

A work around for this effect was to define a new macro to use in preformatted blocks;

  NL =

so that $(NL) outputs just "\n". Not very consistent but it works.

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Derek
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Melbourne, Australia
3/10/2005 10:42:25 AM
October 03, 2005
"Derek Parnell" <derek@psych.ward> wrote in message news:1vt0x6kl7zd7b.j00do5bcoq2b$.dlg@40tude.net...
> It appears that when DDOC sees $(BR) it outputs the macro expansion followed by a new-line. Thus when I have the BR macro defined as BR =
<br/>
> we get "<br/>\n" in the output file, which really messes up <pre>...</pre> blocks.

That bug is certainly a pain, and is fixed now.


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