md2html.awk and a question
yiyu.jgl at gmail.com
Fri Jul 17 03:43:27 EDT 2009
2009/7/17 Seumas Mac Uilleachan <seumas at idirect.ca>:
> Hi, if I read your example right, the bullet markup should take priority
> over anything else in that line. So the #h1 ##h2 ###h3 etc should not be
> headers since they are part of a bulleted list. Also the # is not the first
> character of the line.
Dingus does not consider it a header if it is at the begining of the
list, but it does it if it is not the first paragraph. However, for
some reason, it considers the line "* ###wtf is this?" a header.
> As for the indented #an h1, should that be a header? I would think not
> myself. If it's indented it's intended to be something else to my thinking.
I like to think that quote blocks and list items can contain
everything as long as it is preceeded by the right indentation.
> As for the
> - btw, this an h1, not a list item
> that is so ambiguous it could be either. I suppose the ==== and ----
> headers, since they span multiple lines, probably take priority over
In Dingus, the indentation of the equal signs line makes a difference.
I think this is the right behaviour, but I don't see how it could be
applied to setex-style headers.
> Then again, it may depend on your markdown version (perl, php, python,
> haskell, etc).
I know it depends on the version. I am writing my own implementation
in awk and would like to be as compatible as possible with existing
documents. I think what I will do is to not look for headers at the
beginning of list items, since some files I have found contain lists
with irc channels (so, starting with #) that were becoming unwanted
h1's. It would not be a problem at all to check for different
conditions, but they are not evident to me and I'm not sure it is
worth the trouble.
Thanks for your reply,
- yiyus || JGL . 4l77.com
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