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RE: Howto deactivate Tidy Wrap Option ?

From: Parsons, Rick <rick.parsons@eds.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 11:45:56 +0100
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To: "'html-tidy@w3.org'" <html-tidy@w3.org>
Whilst I agree that this would a useful feature, I think that the wrap issue
on attribute values needs to be addressed separately (see earlier posting in
the wrap of the TITLE= value but not the CONTENT= value). I think that there
is a need to disable the wrap of attribute values whilst still allowing the
indent and wrap of body text.

My justification is that wrapped and indented TITLE= values (and perhaps
some others) is often visible to the browser user. e.g. <ACRONYM
TITLE="HyperText
                   Markup Language">HTML</ACRONYM>

Cheers,

Rick Parsons

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-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Raggett [mailto:dsr@w3.org]
Sent: 18 October 1999 11:34
To: Norbert Bottlaender-Prier
Cc: Dave Raggett care of
Subject: Re: Howto deactivate Tidy Wrap Option ?


On Sat, 16 Oct 1999, Norbert Bottlaender-Prier wrote:

> How can I tell Tidy (vers 27th September 1999 for win(lose?)95)
> NOT to insert line breaks, even for VERY LONG lines ? "-wrap 0"
> doesn't seem to give the desired result 8^) actually, I use
> "-wrap 1024" instead, which is adequate for 95% of my files. But
> what about the resting 5 % ? Is there a max value ? (maybe it's
> allright just to mention it in the manual, not necessarily to
> modify the program)

Thanks for the feedback. You can set the number to the maximum
value for a signed 32 bit integer. However, I agree that it
would be nicer to avoid the need to know what this number is.
"wrap: 0" seems like a reasonable way as does "wrap: never".
I will look into this for the next release.

Regards,

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