Markdown generates invalid html for a list immediately followed by a quote
john at attacklab.net
Mon Jul 9 15:04:55 EDT 2007
If I'm reading Gruber right, you could still do tightly-packed nested
lists; blank lines would remain optional both between list items and
around nested lists.
+1 for line-skipping.
On 7/8/07, Jacob Rus <jacobolus at gmail.com> wrote:
> John Gruber wrote:
> > That's what I'm thinking the output should be. I think there should be
> > an official rule that all block-level constructs must be separated by
> > a blank line.
> This sounds just terrible to me. I don't want to require huge numbers
> of blank lines whenever I want deeply nested lists, etc. People don't
> always use such blank lines when they write (non-markdown) plain text
> emails or documents, and I think mandating them in general is a mistake.
> The current inconsistent hodge-podge behavior, which horribly breaks
> on all the edge cases, is of course also not the right solution.
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