I think this happen because somebody is using Emacs auto-fill mode
and the lines other write are >80 characters. I've encountered this before
so maybe we should warn about not writing lines with more than 80
characters to avoid somebody doing an auto-fill buffer command in Emacs and
changing it all!
On Sun, Aug 20, 2000 at 01:24:08AM +0200, peter karlsson wrote:
> When you change markup on pages and don't change the content, please
> try to change as few lines as possible, so that I, and the other
> translators, won't have to wade through miles of lines that are changed
> according to the diff, just to find that it all is a couple of words
> that has moved from the end of one line to the start of the next for
> fifty lines, or so. It is also easier on the CVS system. It doesn't
> matter if the HTML code has short lines, it is reformatted before
> display anyway. (Actually, I tend to prefer putting a new-line after
> each sentence when I write HTML, since I change as little as possible
> when updating it, then).
> Thank you in advance.
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