Fix command markup in grep.md
(1) By anonymous on 2021-02-06 11:22:34 [source]
If a newline appears in markdown code blocks, they are literally copied into the output. This leads to strange markup in the grep documentation where there is a line break between the command and the flag. This fixes that:
Index: www/grep.md ================================================================== --- www/grep.md +++ www/grep.md @@ -18,15 +18,15 @@ | `-l` | list a checkin ID prefix for matching historical versions of the file | `-v` | print each checkin ID considered, regardless of whether it matches That leaves many divergences at the option level from POSIX `grep`: -* There is no built-in way to get a count of matches, as with `grep - -c`. +* There is no built-in way to get a count of matches, as with + `grep -c`. -* You cannot give more than one pattern, as with `grep -e` or `grep - -f`. +* You cannot give more than one pattern, as with `grep -e` or + `grep -f`. * There is no equivalent of `grep -F` to do literal fixed-string matches only. * `fossil grep -l` does not do precisely the same thing as POSIX
(2) By Stephan Beal (stephan) on 2021-02-06 11:51:11 in reply to 1 [link] [source]
This leads to strange markup in the grep documentation
Fixed, thank you. That particular case can happen when tapping esc-q to re-wrap a paragraph in emacs.