could someone figure out how to customize the email output to not inject spurious lines in “verbatim” copy-paste? e.g. when I received the mail associated to this post of mine – How to convert root graphs into .dat format? – I got an extra \n after each line of useful content, inside the verbatim snippet.
when I copy-pasted this output:
from my terminal into the Discourse verbatim cell, it was correctly displayed inside the web view, but the email showed as:
#---Set name of the project to "ROOT". Has to be done after check of cmake version--------------
#---Set the locale to default C to prevent issued due to localization of commands---------------
# This is necessary as we for example call `clang -v` and parse its output. But on a localized
# program, the output parsing is much more error prone as certrain strings we're looking for
# could be missing or be in a different order. To prevent those errors, let's just force all
# output to use the default C locale which is more or less identical on all systems.