I'm a bit puzzled by the rejection of an edit of mine since the reasons given by three out of five peer reviewers seems wrong.
Two of the rejecting peers said "This edit is incorrect or an attempt to reply to or comment on the existing post." which is blatantly not true (I only changed code formatting and fixed a couple of typos. The only "semantics" fixes I did were a comma used as a decimal point and a comment not marked as such in the code).
The third rejecting peer gave a possibly relevant reason "This edit changes too much in the original post; the original meaning or intent of the post would be lost.", but still I don't understand how my almost entirely cosmetic fixes could change the meaning or intent of the original post. I did several edits similar to this one which were always accepted. How is this one so different? Am I missing something?