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Id: 8018
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Queue: Text-Autoformat

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Subject: Stop Text::AutoFormat from thinking "it" and "in" are roman numerals.
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Text::AutoFormat is a really cool module. Unfortunately, sometimes it tries a little too hard to find numbered lists. Here is the output from Text::AutoFormat that demonstrates the problem: As an example, the second line in this multi-line sentence begins with it. After I autorwap it, the third line will be indented to match the second word on the second line. This is a little annoying. Is there any way to tell Text::AutoFormat that "it" and "in" are not necessarily roman numerals? Thanks for all your great work!
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 2004 11:43:42 +1000
From: Damian Conway <damian [...] conway.org>
To: bug-Text-Autoformat [...] rt.cpan.org
Subject: Re: [cpan #8018] Stop Text::AutoFormat from thinking "it" and "in" are roman numerals.
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> Text::AutoFormat is a really cool module. Unfortunately, sometimes it tries a little too hard to find numbered lists. > > Here is the output from Text::AutoFormat that demonstrates the problem: > > As an example, the second line in this multi-line sentence begins with > it. After I autorwap it, the third line will be indented to match the > second word on the second line. This is a little annoying. > > Is there any way to tell Text::AutoFormat that "it" and "in" are not necessarily roman numerals? > > Thanks for all your great work!
I can't reproduce the behaviour in the latest alpha (attached). Give it a try and see if it helps. Damian
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