--- Comment #31 from C. Scott Ananian <canan...@wikimedia.org> ---
I think I just saved this patch from a premature +2.
I'd like to summarize what still needs to be done here:
1) In comment 29, Jesús Martínez Novo made a good suggestion to more widely
publicize the new <lines> name before it gets committed. We almost
inadvertently introduced a conflict with <verbatim>, I'd like some greater
certainty that the new <lines> name proposal has been seen by a larger number
of editors/extension authors. A mailing list thread might be a good way to
kick off this discussion.
2) In the comments on the patch, '----' was brought up as the last remaining
way that the current <lines> implementation differs from 'indent-pre' handling.
I'd like to resolve this discrepancy: I really really *really* don't want to
complicate the parser more with Yet Another Slightly Different Way to handle
3) I'd also like to review the code coverage issues a little more, to ensure
that we're sharing code (and CSS rules) to the maximum extent possible. This
is to ensure that point #2 continues to hold in the future, and we don't
accidentally introduce subtle incompatibilities by changing only one side of a
Does anyone else have any remaining issues they'd like to see resolved before
this is merged?
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