[TxMt] a bug in the Markdown bundle
matt at tidbits.com
Sat Feb 15 19:21:49 UTC 2014
Make a Markdown document like this (ignore the equal signs, they are just to show you the boundaries of the document content)
The Markdown bundle marks "Three" as markup.raw.block. This is wrong. As you'll see if you preview the document, it is the second paragraph of the second-level markup.list.unnumbered.
To make things worse, the bundle turns off wrapping in markup.raw.block, so if "Three" is a long paragraph, now you can't read it because it runs off the right side of the window.
PS Granted, nested lists in Markdown are annoying and incoherent; this is one of the main reasons why I use kramdown instead. Nevertheless, the syntax coloring and wrapping should try not to get in the way of constructing one's document.
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