To flip this bug discussion on its head.
I can understand the desire to conform to the Textile standard, but I
actually find the (old) red cloth’s behaviour far more useful in 99% of
I very rarely type out addresses, or anything which leads me to care
about the exact positioning of my end of lines, except for code samples,
already handled by bc. On the other hand, what I do end up doing a lot
is storing pages written in textile in VCS systems, so that they can be
worked on easily by collaborators, or just to track them over time. And
for this purpose, being able to type my paragraphs in 80 or 90 character
lines, but have them display as a normal HTML paragraph is far more
valuable. Merges become easier and diffs (Did they add a comma or a
sentence?) are much more comprehensible. It far out outweighs the
inconvenience of having to type
a few times for an address.
Would it be possible to add an option to disable the over enthusiastic