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Re: [Xen-devel] [PATCH for-4.7 2/3] docs/xsplice: Fix syntax when compiling to pdf with pandoc

On 19/05/16 15:36, Konrad Rzeszutek Wilk wrote:
> On Thu, May 19, 2016 at 03:29:45PM +0100, Andrew Cooper wrote:
>> Pandoc (version from Debian Jessie) complains at the embedded \n in
>> the signature checking paragraph.
>>   /usr/bin/pandoc --number-sections --toc --standalone misc/xsplice.markdown
>>     --output pdf/misc/xsplice.pdf
>>   ! Undefined control sequence.
>>   l.1085 appended\textasciitilde{}\n
>> Surround the string in backticks to make it verbatim text.
> Ok, where is that change?

> @@ -1007,46 +1007,46 @@ expecting such that it can properly do signature 
> verification.
>  The signature is based on the all of the payloads continuously laid out
>  in memory. The signature is to be appended at the end of the ELF payload
> -prefixed with the string '~Module signature appended~\n', followed by
> +prefixed with the string `'~Module signature appended~\n'`, followed by
>  an signature header then followed by the signature, key identifier, and 
> signers
>  name.

^ Here.

>> While altering this file, strip the substantial quantity of trailing
>> whitespace.
> Please do not. That was added specifically there otherwise
> markdown messes it up when doing HTML and the lines get mangled up.

Markdown isn't whitespace sensitive, so that really shouldn't be doing
anything.  If you want a verbatim text block, indent it by 4 characters.


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