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Add list-code-1-space test. #34

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cirosantilli commented Apr 23, 2014

The question is: what happens when there is a code block inside a list which starts with - a, and not - a?

Running ./ -as list-code-1 tells me all engines do the sane thing and pass this test...
except for Marked and Kramdown 😠 , which add two spaces:

<code>  b

thus completely breaking my web page =(

It seems however clear from the spec that:

To put a code block within a list item, the code block needs to be indented twice — 8 spaces or two tabs:

Unfortunately all given examples are of type - a, so maybe this is why the problem happens.


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cirosantilli commented Apr 24, 2014

Kramdown said WONTFIX even for an option that alters this behavior, but would probably consider a pull request under --input gfm.

Marked already has an option to be pedantic for all behavior, and it may consider an option to alter only this behavior.

karlcow added a commit that referenced this pull request Apr 25, 2014

@karlcow karlcow merged commit 985bf2d into karlcow:master Apr 25, 2014

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