|AOM type |RM Primitive type |AOM Primitive constrainer type |Explanation
|`C_BOOLEAN` |`Boolean` |`List <Boolean>` |Can represent one or two Boolean values, enabling the logical constraints \
'true', 'false' and 'true or false' to be expressed.
|`C_STRING` |`String` |`List <String>` |A list of possible string values, which may include regular expressions, \
which are delimited by '/' characters.
Note the `\` line continuations. The output looks as follows:
The line wrapping seems to work (with '+', I get hard breaks), but the `\` are retained. I think this must be an error?
Of course, 1 minute after posting, it occurred to me that it might work as I wanted with no line continuation character at all, and it does. So that means that the `\` is only sometimes parsed as a line continuation control character?
On Wed, Jun 8, 2016 at 9:30 AM, wolandscat [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] <[hidden email]> wrote:
`\` is only sometimes parsed as a line continuation control character?
\ is only used to continue an attribute value to a subsequent line (both the \ and endline get dropped). When working with paragraph content, there is no need to use a continuation character. (Like in HTML, newlines are insignificant within a single paragraph).
If you want newlines in a paragraph to be preserved, only then do you need to add a + to the end of the line.