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Pandoc Test Suite John MacFarlane Anonymous July 17, 2006 This is a set of tests for pandoc. Most of them are adapted from John Gruber’s markdown test suite. Headers Level 2 with an <ulink url="/url">embedded link</ulink> Level 3 with <emphasis>emphasis</emphasis> Level 4 Level 5 Level 1 Level 2 with <emphasis>emphasis</emphasis> Level 3 with no blank line Level 2 with no blank line Paragraphs Here’s a regular paragraph. In Markdown 1.0.0 and earlier. Version 8. This line turns into a list item. Because a hard-wrapped line in the middle of a paragraph looked like a list item. Here’s one with a bullet. * criminey. There should be a hard line breakhere. Block Quotes E-mail style:
This is a block quote. It is pretty short.
Code in a block quote: sub status { print "working"; } A list: item one item two Nested block quotes:
nested
nested
This should not be a block quote: 2 > 1. And a following paragraph.
Code Blocks Code: ---- (should be four hyphens) sub status { print "working"; } this code block is indented by one tab And: this code block is indented by two tabs These should not be escaped: \$\\ \> \[ \{ Lists Unordered Asterisks tight: asterisk 1 asterisk 2 asterisk 3 Asterisks loose: asterisk 1 asterisk 2 asterisk 3 Pluses tight: Plus 1 Plus 2 Plus 3 Pluses loose: Plus 1 Plus 2 Plus 3 Minuses tight: Minus 1 Minus 2 Minus 3 Minuses loose: Minus 1 Minus 2 Minus 3 Ordered Tight: First Second Third and: One Two Three Loose using tabs: First Second Third and using spaces: One Two Three Multiple paragraphs: Item 1, graf one. Item 1. graf two. The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog’s back. Item 2. Item 3. Nested Tab Tab Tab Here’s another: First Second: Fee Fie Foe Third Same thing but with paragraphs: First Second: Fee Fie Foe Third Tabs and spaces this is a list item indented with tabs this is a list item indented with spaces this is an example list item indented with tabs this is an example list item indented with spaces Fancy list markers begins with 2 and now 3 with a continuation sublist with roman numerals, starting with 4 more items a subsublist a subsublist Nesting: Upper Alpha Upper Roman. Decimal start with 6 Lower alpha with paren Autonumbering: Autonumber. More. Nested. Should not be a list item: M.A. 2007 B. Williams Definition Lists Tight using spaces: apple red fruit orange orange fruit banana yellow fruit Tight using tabs: apple red fruit orange orange fruit banana yellow fruit Loose: apple red fruit orange orange fruit banana yellow fruit Multiple blocks with italics: apple red fruit contains seeds, crisp, pleasant to taste orange orange fruit { orange code block } orange block quote Multiple definitions, tight: apple red fruit computer orange orange fruit bank Multiple definitions, loose: apple red fruit computer orange orange fruit bank Blank line after term, indented marker, alternate markers: apple red fruit computer orange orange fruit sublist sublist HTML Blocks Simple block on one line: foo And nested without indentation: foo bar Interpreted markdown in a table: This is emphasized And this is strong Here’s a simple block: foo This should be a code block, though: <div> foo </div> As should this: <div>foo</div> Now, nested: foo This should just be an HTML comment: Multiline: Code block: <!-- Comment --> Just plain comment, with trailing spaces on the line: Code: <hr /> Hr’s: Inline Markup This is emphasized, and so is this. This is strong, and so is this. An emphasized link. This is strong and em. So is this word. This is strong and em. So is this word. This is code: >,$, \, \$, <html>. This is strikeout. Superscripts: abcd ahello ahello there. Subscripts: H2O, H23O, Hmany of themO. These should not be superscripts or subscripts, because of the unescaped spaces: a^b c^d, a~b c~d. Smart quotes, ellipses, dashes Hello, said the spider. Shelob is my name. A, B, and C are letters. Oak, elm, and beech are names of trees. So is pine. He said, I want to go. Were you alive in the 70’s? Here is some quoted code and a quoted link. Some dashes: one—two — three—four — five. Dashes between numbers: 5–7, 255–66, 1987–1999. Ellipses…and…and…. LaTeX 2 + 2 = 4 x ∈ y α ∧ ω 223 p-Tree Here’s some display math:$\frac{d}{dx}f(x)=\lim_{h\to 0}\frac{f(x+h)-f(x)}{h}$Here’s one that has a line break in it: α + ω × x2. These shouldn’t be math: To get the famous equation, write$e = mc^2$.$22,000 is a lot of money. So is $34,000. (It worked if lot is emphasized.) Shoes ($20) and socks ($5). Escaped$: $73 this should be emphasized 23$. Here’s a LaTeX table: Special Characters Here is some unicode: I hat: Î o umlaut: ö section: § set membership: ∈ copyright: © AT&T has an ampersand in their name. AT&T is another way to write it. This & that. 4 < 5. 6 > 5. Backslash: \ Backtick: ` Asterisk: * Underscore: _ Left brace: { Right brace: } Left bracket: [ Right bracket: ] Left paren: ( Right paren: ) Greater-than: > Hash: # Period: . Bang: ! Plus: + Minus: - Links Explicit Just a URL. URL and title. URL and title. URL and title. URL and title URL and title with_underscore Email link (nobody@nowhere.net) Empty. Reference Foo bar. Foo bar. Foo bar. With embedded [brackets]. b by itself should be a link. Indented once. Indented twice. Indented thrice. This should [not][] be a link. [not]: /url Foo bar. Foo biz. With ampersands Here’s a link with an ampersand in the URL. Here’s a link with an amersand in the link text: AT&T. Here’s an inline link. Here’s an inline link in pointy braces. Autolinks With an ampersand: http://example.com/?foo=1&bar=2 In a list? http://example.com/ It should. An e-mail address: nobody@nowhere.net
Blockquoted: http://example.com/
Auto-links should not occur here: <http://example.com/> or here: <http://example.com/>
Images From Voyage dans la Lune by Georges Melies (1902): Here is a movie icon. Footnotes Here is a footnote reference, Here is the footnote. It can go anywhere after the footnote reference. It need not be placed at the end of the document. and another. Here’s the long note. This one contains multiple blocks. Subsequent blocks are indented to show that they belong to the footnote (as with list items). { <code> } If you want, you can indent every line, but you can also be lazy and just indent the first line of each block. This should not be a footnote reference, because it contains a space.[^my note] Here is an inline note. This is easier to type. Inline notes may contain links and ] verbatim characters, as well as [bracketed text].
Notes can go in quotes. In quote.
And in list items. In list. This paragraph should not be part of the note, as it is not indented.
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