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Question: How is the following markup should be rendered?
{{{
# first list item
# second list item
**continued bold on the next line**
}}}
I think we should require nested list characters match like this (MediaWiki style):
{{{
* One
*# Two
*#* Three
}}}
then the first sample above can be easily resolved as bold continuation, which a user would more naturally be expecting, in my point of view.
Although this is not resolvable in this way:
{{{
* first list item
* second list item
**continued bold on the next line**
}}}
One more example:
{{{
# first list item
# second list item
* - what is this?
an asterisk in continuation of second list item,
a third list item,
or first item of a new list?
}}}
This can only be resolved to literal asterisk if we require blank lines between adjacent but not connected list blocks. I don't think that it is necessary. I think this should rather be rendered as a first item of a new list. A single asterisk in the beginning of line should always be escaped - in list items as well as in paragraphs.
And one more:
{{{
* One
*# One.Two
*#* One.Two.Three
* Two
# One
#* One.Two
#*# One.Two.Three
}}}
I think here we have two not connected lists. Same as below:
{{{
* One
*# One.Two
*#* One.Two.Three
* Two
# One
#* One.Two
#*# One.Two.Three
}}}
What about this:
{{{
# One
#** Two bold
#*# Two.Three (with literal # in front)
}}}
Note: this wiki renders it with a bug (bold is not closed and goes up to my signature):
# One
#** Two bold
#*# Two.Three (with literal # in front)
Any comments?
-- YaroslavStavnichiy, 2007-12-17
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