'_' in the middle of a word
smntov at gmail.com
Thu Jul 4 10:47:54 EDT 2013
What are the arguments of those who do not want to introduce such a
It would be nice to make a part of the official Markdown definition then
all implementation will display this in the same way.
On Thu, 2013-07-04 at 16:16 +0200, Lasar Liepins wrote:
> On 2013-07-04, at 16:06, ST <smntov at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I recently started to use Markdown and I really enjoy it. There is only
> > one thing that bothers me - '_' in the middle of a word. For example
> > some_file_name.txt will display "file" italicized which is annoying. Why
> > not to ignore all "_" which are not followed or preceded either by a
> > whitespace or by a newline? In this way file in some_file_name.txt will
> > not be italicized but in some _file_ name it will.
> > What do you think about sucha a change to Markdown?
> it has been discussed many times. It seems that the implementations
> are fairly split on this point. Many already ignore Underscores
> inside words:
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