Mainly because when I do something like
JSON.stringify(node1.toJSON()) === JSON.stringify(node2.toJSON()), because the contents are the same, this will return true, but for some reason
node1.eq(node2), it’s false. I just want a better understanding of what makes nodes different besides its contents.
Content and markup (type, attributes, and marks).
That’s is stringifying the
toJSON methods, not the JSON structure they return, which might be what’s causing this.
oh actually I mistyped, I meant
JSON.stringify(node1.toJSON()) === JSON.stringify(node2.toJSON())
That shouldn’t happen — do you have a code example that reproduces it?