This is almost the same question as this one, but not quite. I happen to like the docstring style
def f(): """ docstring another line """
so in emacs I have
python-fill-docstring-style set to
(quote django). Works great. But it doesn't work with this:
def f2(): r""" A raw docstring with \n and \t and other symbols in it. Another line. """
If I run
fill-paragraph on the first paragraph of this docstring, it turns it into:
r""" A raw docstring with \n and \t and other symbols in it.
If I run it on the second paragraph, it becomes
Another line. """
Is this a bug or is there a customization setting I'm overlooking? The same problem arises if the docstring starts with