Re: ignoring white-space
From: Paul Prescod <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 31 Mar 1997 06:22:22 -0500
Russell Senior wrote:
> I am experimenting with Jade 0.5 to format some SGML of mine. The
> SGML was marked up using PSGML in GNU Emacs and I have noticed a
> little problem. Default indentation in sgml-mode in Emacs results in
> the #PCDATA being nicely indented within its tags. This makes the
> SGML look great, but when this stuff gets run through the TeX or RTF
> backends the leading spaces from each line are retained in the
> output. This is not a problem when using the TeX backend since TeX
> eats the extra white-space, but RTF does not.
> Is there a graceful solution to this problem?
Use (process-children-trim) from 12.4.3, or change the
input-whitespace-treatment characteristic of the paragraph flow object.