luke schrieb:
> i've found a great bit of code from
> 
> http://dev.rubyonrails.org/ticket/1449
> 
> that takes some text and makes it wrap at 80 lines. the only issue is that
> it takes multiple line breaks (like paragraphs), and makes them into single
> line breaks.
> 
> this is the code:
> 
> text.gsub( /\n/, "\n\n" ).gsub( /(.{1,80})(\s+|$)/, "\\1\n")
> 
> i've tinkered with it for a while, but i can't work out how to not have it
> eat lines breaks so hungrily.

Hi Luke,

can you tell us how you want to treat whitespace in the given text? You 
talked about newlines, but what should be the result in the following cases:

   "abcde\n  c".wrap(5)  # => "abcde\nc" or "abcde\n  c"
   "a   e\na".wrap(5)    # => "a   e\na" or "a e a"

Regards,
Pit