This bug affects at least Seamonkey Composer, BlueGriffon and Thunderbird. 1. launch Seamonkey Composer or BlueGriffon (http://bluegriffon.org ) 2. create a new blank document if necessary 3. switch to source view 4. insert in the body element a paragraph with a >=80chars title attribute with multiple wrapping spots (i.e. white spaces) 5. switch back to normal view 6. switch back to source view Expected result: the long title attribute stands on a single line Actual result: the title attribute is wrapped
The idea is to get rid of the last lines of nsXMLContentSerializer::SerializeAttr() that are responsible of the buggy wrapping: the serialization of the attribute is agregated inside attrString and appended to aStr depending on the serializing flags. This is wrong because whitespaces inside attribute values can be turned into carriage returns... Instead, I'm appending if needed a carriage return and indentation at the beginning of the serialization of the attribute and I leave wrap spots unchanged when attrString is appended to aStr. I took the opportunity to fix at the same time a small indentation bug: no automatic indentation should be output if the serialization flag triggers a raw output.
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