Tried already on Chromium and Firefox under latest Ubuntu as well as
Chrome/Firefox on Windows... Most files show well but some produce a
diff table to be 2000px wide. Are there any views that in the future
(css3?) this could work as expected in all the cases?
On 16 Gru, 18:44, Christian Hammond <chip...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Are you using IE? If so, you're a bit out of luck. The problem should largely
> go away with Firefox/Chrome, though depending on content it's still possible
> to hit. It's up to the browser to decide when to wrap. We already provide
> hints telling it to be liberal with its wrapping.
> On Dec 16, 2011, at 6:38, Bart Celary <bartlomiej.cel...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have searched the group's archives and haven't really found and
> > answer to my question.
> > In the diff viewer I am getting quite wide diffs for some files. The
> > diff in question does not contain any text that is not breakable (e.g.
> > we are using spaces to separate words, no long strings such as
> > '-'*120, etc.). Is there a way to make sure the diff stays on the 100%
> > of the screen width? We do not have a strict 80 characters margin
> > policy, so forcing this is not a solution for me. I wonder what is
> > causing this? Can I force the text to be broken to fit the screen?
> > Thanks,
> > Bartek
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