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Remove line breaks if there are no characters on that line
.replace(/( ? ){2,}/g, ' ').replace(/^ ? | ? $/g, ''); Demo This regex replaces sequences of 2 or more line breaks with a single line break, then remove leading and trailing line breaks.

Categories : Javascript

why does psych yaml interpreter add line breaks around 80 characters?
Why does it matter whether YAML wraps the line or not when it serializes the data? The question is, after wrapping it, can YAML reconstruct the correct line later when it reloads the file? And, the answer is, yes, it can: require 'yaml' puts '"' + YAML.load("this absolutely normal sentence is more than eighty characters long because it IS".to_yaml) + '"' Which outputs: "this absolutely normal sentence is more than eighty characters long because it IS" Data that has been serialized, is in a format that YAML understands. That's an important concept, as the data is YAML's at that point. We can mess with it in an editor, and add/subtract/edit, but the data is still YAML's, because it has to reload and reparse the data in order for our applications to use it. So, after the data makes a

Categories : Ruby

cleanly adding line breaks to XML comments in visual studio
try ///<para>1. Do Something</para> And ///<para/>1. Do Something might also work, for 1-liners anyway. Now if you want a list… ///<list> ///<item>Do Something</item> ///<item/>Experiment to see if this works ///</list> Here is a nice, concise article on XML comment tags . And another with some short, clear examples

Categories : Xml

Groovy - Adding a line in middle of a file without modifying new line characters
I believe your solution handles this case, but keep in mind this can get tricky for input files such as: // Dangerous comment // // import com.oldcompany.Bogus; import com.foo.Example; public MyClass { } However, both your solution (and mine) will fail if there is no import: // random comment // public MyClass { } Assuming there must be an import, here is one way to do it, using regular expressions: def addIfRequired = { def directory, def filePath -> def inputFile = new File(filePath) boolean containsPackage = false; List<String> lines = inputFile.readLines(); for (def eachLine : lines) { eachLine = eachLine.trim(); if (eachLine.startsWith("package ")) { containsPackage = true break } else if (eachLine.st

Categories : Groovy

jQuery highlight plugin breaks a word with special characters (üöä)
If you write searchTerm.split(/s+/); inspite of searchTerm.split(/W+/); everything will work fine. here is the working example http://jsfiddle.net/5ANZG/ W+ Matches any nonword character, W is equivalent to [^a-zA-Z_0-9] and doesn't include the unicode categories.

Categories : Jquery

jQuery Validate adding accept argument breaks code
looks like you have not added the additional-methods.js file, the accept rule is defined there

Categories : Jquery

fstream is adding characters to each line of my file?
the first thing to do wuld be to use binary mode on the ofstream object: ofstream savefile(filename, std::ofstream::binary); It will prevent ofstream from modyfying weriten data, which is done by default (in text mode).

Categories : C++

What is an efficient BASH one-liner for adding line every 130 characters to a file without lines?
I discovered the answer in the asking. Another way to phrase this question to understand this answer is: What is an efficient BASH one-liner for reading a file without lines 130 characters at a time? The answer is the BASH builtin read. It is a powerful tool that is well-suited to this purpose. cat unlined_data.txt | while read -n130 record ; do echo $record ; done # | rest of pipeline There may be a more elegant solution and I'd be happy to see one.

Categories : Bash

Adding Masonry to Angular without JQuery
It looks like you are not actually applying the directive within your html. <div ng-controller="GridCtrl" class="grid-wrapper"> <div class="masonry" masonry> <div ng-repeat="item in gridItems" ng-class="item.class" masonry-item> <h3>{{item.name}}</h3> <img ng-src="{{item.image}}"/> <br> <button ng-repeat="button in item.buttons">{{button.text}}</button> </div> </div> </div> It took me a while to make isotope work in my app, let me know if this helps and if the error you are receiving changes. Also try and add the column width statically inside your directive for now and see what happens. The error TypeError: Object [object Object] has no method

Categories : Javascript

LyX->Rnw conversion automatically inserts ligature breaks between repeated "<" characters
You probably did not read the manual, which has instructions on how to input R code in a LyX document: either through Insert --> TeX Code (Ctrl + L), or use the Chunk environment from the drop-down menu on the toolbar. You should not type R code as normal paragraphs in LyX.

Categories : Misc

Angular Directive for keydown breaks other functionality
The problem is you are creating a new "isolate" scope which is detached from the scope where redrawUI() lives. Take a look at this fiddle for an alternate approach where you inherit from the parent scope and use scope.$eval to process your event.

Categories : Angularjs

Line breaks in LESS
To the best of my knowledge, this cannot be easily done. Looking into the source of the LESS compiler, there are some options that could be used to customize this behaviour (e.g. max_line_len), but none that would affect this behaviour. I think you need to either find a way to customize the LESS compiler or find out an alternative compiler implementation for LESS that would allow this as a configuration. Either way, I'm not sure if its worth the trouble. Also, to be honest, I personally like the way LESS uses line breaks. It's much more readable and encourages you to apply rules in the simplest possible fashion to keep number of lines low.

Categories : CSS

Breaking a form between multiple tabs in angular breaks validation
From the ngForm directive docs: In angular forms can be nested. This means that the outer form is valid when all of the child forms are valid as well. However browsers do not allow nesting of elements, for this reason angular provides ngForm alias which behaves identical to but allows form nesting. This means that you can break your campaignForm form into sub-forms for each tab: <form name="campaignForm" class="form-horizontal" novalidate > <tabset> <tab heading="first"> <div ng-form="emailForm"> <input type="email" name="emailFrom" class="input-xsmall" placeholder="From email address" ng-model="campaign.info.emailFrom" required /> <span ng-show="emailForm.emailFrom.$dirty && emailForm.emailFrom.$error.re

Categories : Angularjs

Including angular-scenario.js breaks my Rails Jasmine tests, as in they don't run
Jasmine and angular-scenario.js (e2e runner) are two different things and they should be run separately. Angular e2e test framework uses syntax which is very similar to jasmine. Probably when you include it along with jasmine it overrides some jasmine's methods like describe, it and beforeEach.

Categories : Angularjs

Line breaks in assembly?
09H is a TAB character, not a LINE FEED character. If you get a single line, then your PRINT macro would appear to add a newline. Try using PRINT 10,10,10,10 Can't guarantee it, though - I've no idea what assembler you're using.

Categories : Assembly

Adding a Widget to Map breaks other widgets in GWT
Several possibilities I see on a first glance. 1) You are adding the datepicker stuff to RootPanel, but the map stuff to RootLayoutPanel. I suggest sticking to RootLayoutPanel for both, if it works, standards mode generally has more useful, up-to-date stuff in GWT. 2) Why are you doing that whole thing with Runnable in the first bit of code? Is there a reason all that stuff isn't in just onModuleLoad?

Categories : Java

AIX Shell Script - Formatting a long line of 255 Characters into a 10 line paragraph
How about this? echo "Life is not about searching for the things that could be found. It's about letting the unexpected happen. And finding things you never searched for. Sometimes, the best way to move ahead in life is to admit that you've enough" | fmt -w 30 Result: Life is not about searching for the things that could be found. It's about letting the unexpected happen. And finding things you never searched for. Sometimes, the best way to move ahead in life is to admit that you've enough

Categories : Shell

Angular directive with isolated scope "breaks" other directives (ng-required, ng-disabled)
The issue is that a scope applies to an entire DOM element (i.e., <input> in this case), and my-directive is creating an isolate scope that is then applied to ng-disabled and ng-required. The isolate scope doesn't prototypically inherit from the enclosing scope, so isActive isn't visible within it. You can map that scope property into the isolate scope by explicitly providing it as an attribute on the isolate scope, and then referencing the local version of the attribute from ng-required and ng-disabled. E.g., in the directive definition: scope: { myActive: '=' } The '=' sets up a 2-way binding to the expression given in the my-active attribute on that element, with local name myActive. In the <input> tag: my-directive my-active="isActive" ng-required="myActive" ng-disa

Categories : Angularjs

Calling `sleep` or `pause` in karma scenario for angular app breaks framework
I would suggest using Protractor for your Angular E2E tests. This has awareness of angular and returns promises. You could do something like this then: ptor.get('http://localhost/#/my-route').then(function () { // Do something }); You can also use ptor.wait like this: var timeout = 10000; ptor.wait(function () { return {some condition} }, timeout); Which will wait for a condition to be true before moving on. Also you can use ptor.waitForAngular() which will wait for angular to resolve any promises and http requests.

Categories : Javascript

How to return line breaks in MVC JsonResult
How are you alerting the data? Sounds like you're maybe alerting the JSON string, not the JavaScript string. Make sure you parse the JSON in your result by changing alert(xhr.responseText) to alert(jQuery.parseJSON(xhr.responseText));

Categories : Javascript

PHP mail line breaks not always working
There is a huge issue with line endings specially when you pass it as a message and even more specially, when you pass it to mail() function. So as I said in comment, better user normal library and I would personally recommend SwiftMailer. It is now under the wing of such developer as Fabien Potencier, who is main author behind Symfony2, etc.

Categories : PHP

mysql line breaks formatting
"�" has the following characters from latin-1 (iso-8859-1): 303 195 C3 à LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH TILDE 257 175 AF ¯ MACRON 302 194 C2  LATIN CAPITAL LETTER A WITH CIRCUMFLEX 277 191 BF ¿ INVERTED QUESTION MARK 275 189 BD ½ VULGAR FRACTION ONE HALF The byte sequence is, then C3 AF C2 BF C2 BD. This "smells" like UTF-8. Decoding (per https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTF-8), we turn these into bit-patterns: 11000011 10101111 11000010 10111111 11000010 10111101 That first one (110xxxxx) indicates it's the first byte in a two-byte character, and stripping the marker bits from 11000011 10101111 yields ...00011 ..101111 or 00000000 00000000 00000000 11101111 == U+000000EF. Similarly, the next two make ...00010 ..1111

Categories : PHP

wrap a div around text without line breaks
I had success with such a solution: Wrap the ems with a p. <div> <img src='img/tooltips/image.jpg'> <p> <em>Name:</em> Lorem ipsum<br /> <em>Adress:</em> Dolor sit amet<br /> <em>Job:</em> bli blu bla bli blu bla bli blu bla bli blu bla </p> </div> Add this style: p { float: left; margin: 0; padding: 0; }

Categories : CSS

How are these line breaks being saved into MySql DB?
The correct replace command that also gets that pesky line break is: replace(/( | | )/gm,""); or apparently (as per @Blenders comment) /[ ]/g though I didn't test that

Categories : Javascript

How to just get plain text and line breaks using XSL
You need a xml:space="preserve" attribute to maintain the carriage return within xml:text, and you need a carriage return before and after the content of h1 and h2 tags: <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform"> <xsl:output method="text" encoding="UTF-8"/> <xsl:strip-space elements="*" /> <xsl:template match ="@* | node()"> <xsl:copy> <xsl:apply-templates select="@* | node()"/> </xsl:copy> </xsl:template> <xsl:template match="h1|h2"> <xsl:text xml:space="preserve"> </xsl:text> <xsl:copy> <xsl:apply-templates select="@* | node()"/> </xsl:copy> <xsl:text xml:space="preserve"> </xsl:text> </xsl:template>

Categories : Xslt

Detect line breaks in MySQL?
In SQL Server, you can use char(13) + char(10) to include a newline: '</p>' + char(13) + char(10) + '<p ...>' The meaning of the numbers can be found in the ASCII chart: 13 = carriage return 10 = newline

Categories : HTML

Line Breaks in form object
When you call form.appendChild(brk); the second time, it moves the HTMLElement referenced by brk from where it is to the new position; i.e. removes it from the first place. Append clones instead form.appendChild(brk.cloneNode());

Categories : Javascript

Prevent checkbox line breaks
What you might want to do instead of using inline-blocks is display block and floating left: .drawcheck { float:left; } You may have to set a width for the checkboxes, though, so that they will clear in the right spots.

Categories : Javascript

Paragraph breaks in 2 when adding link element
Found it :) The problem was that the button that I used for adding the link (the #link div at jsfiddle) sometimes got selected (only FF). I thought that the mousedown function should prevent this from happening but it didn't. So, what I did is I've added js to prevent selecting that button: <div id="#link" onselectstart="return false;" ondragstart="return false;">Add Link</div> If anybody has some better solution let me know ;)

Categories : Javascript

copy text to textarea with all line breaks
There are actually no line-breaks in your fiddle. So I am assuming you want to convert the <br> to : $('.contentF').val(fr.replace(/<br>/g, " ")); Fiddle

Categories : Jquery

On view add line breaks to text file
When files are sent by your web server, they are sent with a "content type" that corresponds to the type of file. Your web server sounds like it is probably sending as type text/html, and therefore the browser will expect the file to be HTML formatted. See if you can instruct your web server to send your file as text/plain, which may be as simple as renaming the file to have a .txt extension.

Categories : Linux

append text to a textarea with line breaks
To preserve newlines that are coming from a database or whatever, replace the newline characters with the HTML entity for a line feed: &#xA; base = base.replace(" ", '&#xA;'); $('#image_Basename').append(base); If you're trying to append each string with a newline at the end, just concatenate it onto the string: $('#image_Basename').append(base + '&#xA;'); Also, you're using split on the textarea jQuery element, which doesn't make sense as it is an object not a string.

Categories : Javascript

Ignoring or removing line breaks python
Use the replace method: myString = myString.replace(" ", ""); For example: >>> s = """ test test test """ >>> s.replace(" ", "") 'testtesttest' >>> s ' test test test ' # warning! replace does not alter the original

Categories : Python

Copying text of textarea into div with line breaks
Use this line: Fiddle $('.'+contentAttr+'').html(value.replace(/ /g,"<br>")); The problem was that newlines don't create linebreaks in html, but <br> will.

Categories : Javascript

PHP: How to keep line-breaks using nl2br() with HTML Purifier?
maybe this will help. function custom_nl2br($html) { $pattern = "/<ul>(.*?)</ul>/s"; preg_match($pattern, $html, $matches); $html = nl2br(str_replace($matches[0], '[placeholder]', $html)); $html = str_replace('[placeholder]',$matches[0], $html); return $html; }

Categories : PHP

Textarea word wrap only on line breaks
As andi pointed out, the answer is here: HTML Textarea horizontal scroll <textarea wrap="off"></textarea>

Categories : HTML

Uglyfying in r.js, but keeping the line breaks, using uglify2
You can pass this to your r.js configuration: optimize: 'uglify2', uglify2: { output: { beautify: true, }, beautify: { semicolons: false } } It will not really keep the original line breaks, but rather beautify the the uglified code. The semicolon option will seperate statements with line breaks rather that with semicolons. There are other options to play with, you can find the all at https://github.com/mishoo/UglifyJS2 I commit js files compiled by requirejs to my git repo and I found these settings work pretty well (diffs of compiled files are pretty clean).

Categories : Javascript

Update/Replace with line breaks not executing
This works for me: create table yourtable (field varchar(100)); insert into yourtable values ('--- - "true" - "false" - "true"'); update yourtable set field = replace(field, '--- - ', ''); http://sqlfiddle.com/#!2/2959f/1

Categories : PHP

List Image Buttons next to each other and breaks into a new line
Please have a look at the ApiDemos -> Animation -> LayoutAnimations. I think this is exactly what you are looking for. See these links if you don't know how to install the ApiDemos. http://stackoverflow.com/a/4467915/2538428 http://developer.android.com/tools/samples/index.html Hope that helps...

Categories : Java

How do I make it so that the PHP if statements in wordpress don't have line breaks?
You need to modify your if statements. I don't see the "$officialblog" link, but it seems if ( $officialblog ) results to true, thus outputting unwanted <br/>. Like @showdev said, take a look at the $officialblog value and build proper if statements so that it will actually result to false

Categories : PHP



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