Say, this is a doosey: I’m constructing a string of markup for a CGI
and I’m deciding to convert to print as I go rather than all at once, so
code, then start debugging, and to debug I dump markup. I then find
markup that looks good and clean just before I return from my class
(called by another class function if that’s important) ends up having
polluted with carriage returns (not all of it, just those newlines which
precede each line of one of the three concatenated strings from the
all these files loaded, strings concatenated, and right before I return
from my old function I dump them and they look fine. Right after they
returned from the old function to the new one, this one section has CRs.
gives? Were they there all along and suddenly only appear from some
How could it otherwise be that the function, in it’s wild and unexpected
massage of my markup, is guessing well enough to precede only those
which correspond to one of my files?
The code is non-trivial, and I cannot afford to pull it apart right now.
try to make the time tonight. Presumably this is something you gurus