on the philosophical aspects of a specification
orc at pell.portland.or.us
Wed Mar 5 14:38:13 EST 2008
In article <1F9AE98D-CD1E-424D-8B4C-584055CBFC90 at attacklab.net>,
John Fraser <markdown-discuss at six.pairlist.net> wrote:
>A list item's parent is the most recent list item whose bullet is
>indented less than its own. If there's no such parent, then the item
>belongs to a root-level list.
>Is there any case where this doesn't do the right thing?
When I write a really long list,
* sometimes, after a particularly long and
detailed list item, I'll lose track of the
exact indentation and
* add one too many spaces to the leading
so it would be bad if that broke nesting.
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