On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 7:45 AM, Geoff Evans <gtevan...@nl.rogers.com>
wrote:

> Every once in a while, after working on an outline and closing it, I find
> that I'm missing bits of code when I next reopen it.  As far as I can tell,
> this happens when I intermix comment (following @) and code (following @c)
> in the same node.  When I write something like
>
> @c
> first code block
> @
> comment block
> @c
> second code block
>
> the second code block might not be there the next time I open the
> outline.  Am I doing something silly or prohibited?
>

‚ÄčThe examples you cite should work in all kinds of @<file> nodes.  If you
can reliably demonstrate this bug you should ‚Äčdefinitely file a bug report.

EKR

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