#9 remove final spaces from lines

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Tino Weinkauf
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2013-07-04
2002-06-26
Anonymous
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It would be nice make removing final spaces from line
after pressing Enter or after autowrap line

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  • Tino Weinkauf
    Tino Weinkauf
    2002-06-26

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    I think, it would be better to support regular expressions for the Find- and
    Replace-Commands and to do such things with these regular
    expressions.

    What do you think?

    Ciao.Tino.

     
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    You not anderstud me.

    I say about changing in editor autowrap algorythm, not
    about special command for make this operation.

    Regular expressions realise would be good, but it will
    demand additional user operation. Becouse final
    space chars soils tex file only, them may be deleted
    without any problems. It's more simpler in comparision
    with regular expressions supporting realise

     
  • Tino Weinkauf
    Tino Weinkauf
    2002-06-26

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    Well, let's see:

    At first I would like to ask you, what kind
    of
    autowrap algorithm you mean.
    TXC has only a soft-
    wrapping.
    This means, that the lines are only wrapped
    for
    display, but not for saving etc.

    You will see spaces at the end of a
    line, if
    you use the command "View | Display White
    Spaces".

    But those white spaces are not at the end of a
    line:
    They are in the middle between two words.
    And I think, you do
    not want them to be deleted, he?

    If you want to see the softwrap
    behaviour, try
    resizing TXC. You will see.

    So, TXC does not
    add any spaces. So I think,
    that things are ok now?

     
  • Tino Weinkauf
    Tino Weinkauf
    2002-06-26

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    Well, let's see:

    At first I would like to ask you, what kind of
    autowrap algorithm you mean.
    TXC has only a soft-wrapping.
    This means, that the lines are only wrapped
    for display, but not for saving etc.

    You will see spaces at the end of a line, if
    you use the command "View | Display White Spaces".

    But those white spaces are not at the end of a line:
    They are in the middle between two words.
    And I think, you do not want them to be deleted, he?

    If you want to see the softwrap behaviour, try
    resizing TXC. You will see.

    So, TXC does not add any spaces. So I think,
    that things are ok now?

     
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