Line break or new line in snippet template?

Hello, maybe it is a strange question, but is there a way to make:

&tpl=&#96;@INLINE <li&#91;&#91;+classes&#93;&#93;><a href="&#91;&#91;+link&#93;&#93;">&#91;&#91;+menutitle&#93;&#93;</a>&#91;&#91;+wrapper&#93;&#93;</li>&#96;

display in html not in one line
<li></li><li></li><li></li>
but in new lines:
<li></li>
<li></li>
?

Thanks!
Trying
07 march 2016, 16:07
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Василий Наумкин
07 march 2016, 20:14
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1. Why you need this?

2. Did you try to?
&tpl=`@INLINE <li[[+classes]]><a href="[[+link]]">[[+menutitle]]</a>[[+wrapper]]</li>\n`
    Trying
    07 march 2016, 21:03
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    Yes, I did. It displays \n in html. For whatever reason, when all
    <li></li><li></li>
    are in one line sometimes occur slight distortions of css styling. In Wayfinder every rowtpl is in new line, I found in wayfinder.class.php this line:
    /* return the row */
            $separator = $this->modx->getOption('nl',$this->_config,"\n");
            return $output . $separator;
    Probably it is possible to add somewhere \n in pdomenu.class.php?
Алексей
08 march 2016, 09:31
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You can use
&outputSeparator Optional line for separation of the results
That behavior is describe in official documentation in this page:
docs.modx.pro/en/components/pdotools/general-settings#Template-parameters
like:
&tpl=`@INLINE <li[[+classes]]><a href="[[+link]]">[[+menutitle]]</a>[[+wrapper]]</li>`
&outputSeparator=` `
It necessary set it to «one space» symbol:
&outputSeparator=` `
, because if use simply empty string,
&outputSeparator=``
it not properly work.

By default it set to
&outputSeparator=`\n`
according to this code: github.com/bezumkin/pdoTools/blob/master/core/components/pdotools/model/pdotools/pdotools.class.php#L63
Trying
09 march 2016, 12:42
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Ok, so looking at how it was implemented in Wayfinder, I have just changed this line in pdomenu.class:

return $this->pdoTools->getChunk($tpl, $row, $this->pdoTools->config['fastMode']);
to this bit of code:
$tploutput = $this->pdoTools->getChunk($tpl, $row, $this->pdoTools->config['fastMode']);
$newline = "\n";
return $tploutput . $newline;
Ant it works. Probably it is possible to make it more elegant and simple, but since I know nothing in these things so can only mimic what is done elsewhere.

    Trying
    09 march 2016, 13:39
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    And this also works:
    return $this->pdoTools->getChunk($tpl, $row, $this->pdoTools->config['fastMode']) . "\n";