dc at davidchambers.me
Thu Nov 14 15:09:21 EST 2013
Are you suggesting that a paragraph consisting solely of text that looks like a URL should be treated specially based on its file extension? Something along these lines could work, but would probably be quite fragile.
On 14 November 2013 at 10:06:16 am, Johannes Wärn (warn.johannes at gmail.com) wrote:
I will start of with an example of what I would like to be able to write in Markdown.
This is a dummy paragraph, it would of course be longer than this.
This is just another dummy paragraph; however, after it comes some pictures of my cat.
That was nice. Here is an audio recording of my dog barking:
And finally here is a video of my two pets being cuddly:
I think it’s clear that the output I am suggesting for this would be something along these lines:
<p>This is a dummy paragraph, it would of course be longer than this.</p>
<p>This is just another dummy paragraph; however, after it comes some pictures of my cat.</p>
<p>That was nice. Here is an audio recording of my dog barking:</p>
<p>And finally here is a video of my two pets being cuddly:</p>
I’d also say that the advantage of the syntax is clear: it’s dead simple. Furthermore it downgrades quite nicely.
There are of course problems it does not solve and extra complexity it would introduce; however, I thought I’d write this short email to see if anyone would be interested in discussing the idea.
Thank you for reading,
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