[pmwiki-users] formatting, indent
john.rankin at affinity.co.nz
Sun Feb 12 18:08:46 CST 2006
On Monday, 13 February 2006 12:50 PM, H. Fox <haganfox at users.sourceforge.net> wrote:
>> This all seems very reasonable and coherent to me. Thinking
>> about possible markups, another option would be (by analogy
>> with Q: and A:
>> P:I'm a paragraph.
>> This would avoid the "what does '++' mean?" issue.
>It replaces it with a "what does 'P:P:' mean?" issue. :-)
Heh. The same meaning as
Q:Q:To be, or not to be.
>> For other
>> start of line markups, character repeats have an obvious
>> meaning. In a sense, "I'm a new paragraph" is more like
>> Q: and A: than it is like * or !.
>> Just a thought.
>A good one.
>The equivalent for '++' would be this, right?
> P:I'm a paragraph below an empty paragraph.
>Coming up with the appropriate markup seems to be a difficult
Yes, Patrick has often said that choosing good markup is the
hardest task and it's better to wait than to make a poor
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