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Auto “possible duplicate” comment should use trimmed title?

When marking At what time will the upcoming Ubuntu release be made available? as duplicate of On what specific time are ubuntu versions made public?, the next comment was generated:

possible duplicate of [On what time on April 28 is 11.04 released? ](

However, due to the trailing space on the question's title, the code was not properly converted to a link and was displayed as:

possible duplicate of [On what time on April 28 is 11.04 released? ](On what specific time are ubuntu versions made public?)

This bug can be solved in two ways:

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marked as duplicate by balpha Oct 10 '12 at 13:36

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up vote 2 down vote accepted

I've just voted to close What reputation is needed to vote to migrate? as an exact duplicate.

The automated comment inserted was:

possible duplicate of [What is a "closed" question?  ]

The trailing spaces after "question?" causes the link to break.

Bo Persson's edit appears to have fixed the issue, there was trailing whitespace in the title so the fix is to automagically remove trailing spaces in the title as happens everywhere else.

i.e. BUMP

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Thanks, this case will be fixed in the next build. – Nick Craver Oct 10 '12 at 11:53

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