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output.each{|o| o.map!{|i| {:space_nickname => i.space.nickname, :nickname => i.nickname, :condition_number => i.condition,
:condition => report_config.slider_order[i.condition][1],
:full_note => “#{i.full_note.strip} \n #{i.photos.select{|p| !p.caption.blank? }.map{|p|
“[Photo #{photo_number_for(report.photo_numbers.hash, p)}] #{p.caption}”
}.compact.join(”\n")}".strip,
:description => i.description, :trade => i.trade, :flagged => !i.require_maintenance.blank? }}}
output.reject(&:empty?)

My coworker says it is valid Ruby, but Emacs highliting gets mangled. Does anybody know where I should report issues with that? I could only find an svn repo for that particular plugin for Emacs.

Where is the closing quote for the line that starts with:
  :full_note => "
If you have "nested" quotes inside interpolations, perhaps you need to use %{} instead of ""

Or, perhaps even better, don't try to be so clever and compact:

output.each {|o|
  o.map! {|i|
    full_note = [i.full_note.strip]
    i.photos.each do |photo|
      next if photo.caption.blank?
      full_note << "[Photo #{photo_number_for(report.photo_numbers.hash, photo)}] #{photo.caption}"
    end
    {
      :space_nickname => i.space.nickname,
      :nickname => i.nickname,
      :condition_number => i.condition,
      :condition => report_config.slider_order[i.condition][1],
      :full_note => full_note.join("\n").strip,
      :description => i.description,
      :trade => i.trade,
      :flagged => !i.require_maintenance.blank?
    }
  }
}
output.reject(&:empty?)

-Rob