[rfc-i] How to indent artwork with surrounding block

Joe Hildebrand (jhildebr) jhildebr at cisco.com
Mon Feb 15 22:06:10 PST 2016

On 2/15/16, 1:37 PM, "Julian Reschke" <julian.reschke at gmx.de> wrote:

>>>...which reminds me about the fact that there are things other than
>>> <sourcecode> that require a mono-spaced font / no formatting, but should
>>> be indented like the surrounding text, namely examples. What do we do
>>> with those?
>> I think the semantic for those is pretty close to artwork.  Perhaps we could add "block-left", "block-right", and "block-center" to the artwork/@align attribute?  If that's too much (which I think it might be), we could just add "block".
>My preference would be not to overload "align". It's not "artwork", so 
>it'll be more consistent to have another element that it like 
>sourcecode, just not with the semantics of embedding "code".

For a lot of examples, I wouldn't mind having them in a <sourcecode>.  Can you talk more about the semantics you're looking for, and how they differ from <sourcecode>?

Joe Hildebrand

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