Bug 1661434 - move some strings to an rst code block. r=sylvestre
authorEmil Farisan <emil.farisan@gmail.com>
Mon, 31 Aug 2020 11:52:06 +0000
changeset 547003 725dc39eac39b570bf009a07133d6cb38c4e1513
parent 547002 6e69b5d68c1e247ee9b83ecea582d1a47cc837d9
child 547004 e66cec462ad00d5b0ea1db25b38514c847d51646
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Bug 1661434 - move some strings to an rst code block. r=sylvestre Differential Revision: https://phabricator.services.mozilla.com/D88728
docs/contributing/debugging/debugging_on_mac_os_x.rst
--- a/docs/contributing/debugging/debugging_on_mac_os_x.rst
+++ b/docs/contributing/debugging/debugging_on_mac_os_x.rst
@@ -7,18 +7,28 @@ debug from the terminal see :ref:`Debugg
 lldb <Debugging Firefox with LLDB>`. For specific
 information on a way to debug hangs, see :ref:`Debugging a hang on OS
 X <Debugging A Hang On OS X>`.
 
 Creating a debuggable build
 ---------------------------
 
 First, you need to build the application you're going to debug using
-``--disable-optimize``\ ``--enable-debug-symbols`` in your .mozconfig
-(also add ``--enable-debug`` if you want assertions etc. compiled in).
+this in your .mozconfig
+
+.. code::
+
+   ``--disable-optimize``\ ``--enable-debug-symbols``
+
+you can also add this flag if you want assertions etc. compiled in
+
+.. code::
+
+   ``--enable-debug``
+
 See :ref:`Building Firefox for macOS <Building Firefox On MacOS>`
 if you need help creating your own build.
 
 Debugging Firefox on macOS 10.14+
 ---------------------------------
 
 macOS 10.14 introduced Notarization and Hardened Runtime features for
 improved application security. macOS 10.15 went further, requiring