[kramdown-users] is this rule necessary?
matt at tidbits.com
Thu Aug 5 14:52:41 EDT 2010
This is not a huge deal, so ignore if it's too much trouble.
There's a rule in kramdown that didn't exist in Markdown: if you have this
structure (inline link):
...then if the link has any spaces in it, you have to surround it with angle
Otherwise the structure is not transformed to an anchor tag.
Now, this is a perfectly clear rule, so there's no bug or anything. The
issue for me is purely a matter of convience: I have a LOT of these, and
transforming them all (inserting the angle brackets), as I turn my Markdown
Web sites into kramdown sites, is a pain in the butt. Which leads to me to
ask: is this rule necessary? Why can't we just assume that [...](...) is
this structure, and needs transforming, the same as Markdown did, regardless
of whether the parentheses contains spaces?
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