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

Loa Andersson loa at pi.nu
Tue Feb 16 20:04:42 PST 2016


I've nt inserted much code in IDs, the time I did it the RFC Editor
re-did the entire xml around it - I used artwork (blush).

However, you were hinting that there are two cases
   - manual
   - "automatic"

Are there an automated way of doing it, what editing tool do I need?
On the other hand, couldn't we just post an output from the automated
process, and just let that guide us if we do it manually?


On 2016-02-17 11:57, Brian E Carpenter wrote:
> On 17/02/2016 16:27, Paul Hoffman wrote:
>> In re-reading this thread, I am now of the belief that we don't need <example> or even <sourcecode type="example">. The various
>> RFCs that discuss code in RFCs don't make any differentiation between code and examples, so there is no need for us to in the v3
>> format.
>> If this changes in the future based on some (prolonged) discussion about IPR, we can make a change to the format then. Trying to
>> predict what might be desired is a really bad idea.
> To be clear, are you assuming that tags like <CODE BEGINS> and <CODE ENDS>
> will continue to be inserted manually by individual authors, as part of the
> <sourcecode> text?
> I have no problem with that, but it needs to be explicit.
>     Brian
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