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Re: Bug#302138: incorrect Description line wrapping with bullet lists



On Wednesday 30 March 2005 09:56 am, Daniel Burrows wrote:
>   A line beginning with two or more spaces, followed by a bullet character
> and a space, is considered to be an element of a bulleted list.  Every
> succeeding line that begins with N+1 or more spaces, where N is the number
> of spaces preceding the bullet, is considered to be part of the same
> bulleted list, and is processed as if N+1 spaces had been stripped from its
> left margin, with the exception that if the N+2nd character is not a space,
> the line is formatted as if a leading space were present.  (see below)

  I didn't mention this here, but of course the frontend is expected to pay 
attention to the quantity of indentation, preserve leading indentation of the 
bullet, and use this information to figure out sub-list relationships.

  Daniel

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