Issue #7 new

Wordpress formatting, text parsing, and Vim wrapping

Bigby James avatarBigby James created an issue

I may be wrong, but it seems that the text input from the Vim window is what's parsed during the posting process to WordPress. The result is that, whether using textwidth or wrap/wrapmargin with linebreak, any linebreaks that appear in the text within Vim are placed in the final output (the WordPress post). Writing long posts or pages in Vim without proper line breaks/word wrapping can be hard on the eyes and can make for tedious editing. Is it possible to use visual wrapping and line breaks without the result appearing in the WordPress post?

Comments (2)

  1. Preston M.

    virtual line breaking is not going to be a real line in the output, i believe.

    The parsing process is only happened to the first metadata area, lines after ============... are not processed. Maybe I'm not quite understood your situation, can you provide some textwidth or wrap/wrapmargin config that will encounter problems, so that i could understand what is that?

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