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Aardvajk

Old articles/journals formatting all wrong

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Hey all,

Just happened to glance at an old article I posted several years ago:

I note all the code windows seem to be eating all the <> stuff in the template code. It wasn't like this when originally posted.

I also note that in my old(ish) Journal entries, all my <font> tags are appearing verbatim in the text and the code windows are all on one line with all the <> stuff missing.
 

Is this a known issue with older posts?

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40 minutes ago, Aardvajk said:

Is this a known issue with older posts?

Yes, but we can fix them once we know about them. It's not a consistent problem across all the content.

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Okay, thanks. Journals don’t matter but if if would be possible to fix the article, it would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Looks like any < > tags and their contents in the C++ are missing, e.g.

template class Event 
{ 

Should be something like

template<class Args...> class Event 
{ 

Is the original text still preserved under the hood? If it has been "eaten" somehow, it isn't going to be fixable. Don't think I have the original article but will have a look.

[EDIT] I note the same in the Journal - in the code snippets, any < > tags and their contents are missing. Don't care about the Journal but just to let you know seems to be the same issue there.

Edited by Aardvajk

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