[TxMt] Re: a bug in the Markdown bundle
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Sun Feb 16 02:42:48 UTC 2014
On 16 Feb 2014, at 2:21, Matt Neuburg wrote:
> Make a Markdown document like this […] The Markdown bundle marks
> "Three" as markup.raw.block. This is wrong.
TextMate follows the specification from
This states “Each subsequent paragraph in a list item must be indented
by either 4 spaces or one tab”.
If you run your document through babelmark you will see your document
interpreted in five different ways:
> […] Granted, nested lists in Markdown are annoying and incoherent
Indeed, though if you follow the specification quoted above, you should
get consistent results accross markdown implementations. I actually
consider it sort of a feature that TextMate’s highlight is a little
fragile, as I’ve previously had cases where I did offline Markdown
which looked fine, but later broke using e.g. PHP Markdown (online) or
when I switched from Markdown.pl to multimarkdown (in these cases,
because I didn’t consistently indent with four spaces / one tab).
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