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nesting code and emphasis #190

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vsespb opened this Issue Jan 19, 2013 · 1 comment

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vsespb commented Jan 19, 2013

* **`ABC`** or **DEF**

produce the following:

<ul>
<li><strong><code>ABC</code></strong> or <strong>DEF</strong></li>
</ul>

so seems nesting work

but this

* **`ABC`** or **`DEF`**

produce that

<ul>
<li><strong><code>ABC</code>** or **<code>DEF</code></strong></li>
</ul>

robin850 added a commit that referenced this issue May 26, 2013

Ensure code spans put in emphasis work correctly
When putting code span into simple or double emphasis, we've got an
unexpected output. This commit fix this problem simply removing an
ignore statement about back ticks in the find_emph_char function

Fix #135 and #190

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robin850 commented May 27, 2013

This has been fixed in 9137e7c, thanks for reporting!

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