Reported by Jason Garber |
September 26th, 2008 @ 09:18 AM
| in 4.0.4
>> RedCloth.new("*10 times as many*").to_html
=> "<ul start=\"10\">\n\t<li>times as many*</li>\n</ul>"
Instead of <strong>10 times as many</strong>
No problem. Should be a quick fix before the end of the day.
(from [1e14137022af645748da522e4b1a0007fef1d928]) Don't allow
unordered lists to have a start attribute like ordered lists.
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