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Sid

Problem with double square brackets

Reported by Sid | January 29th, 2009 @ 04:53 PM

If you do the following in irb (using RedCloth 4.1.1)...


RedCloth.new("some @[[code]]@").to_html

...you get the following result...


<p>some <code lang=\"[code\">]</code></p>

...which isn't what I'd expect and isn't what you get from old RedCloth.

I know single square brackets can be used to add the lang attribute to a tag but this looks like they are applying when they shouldn't. I'm using the double square bracket stuff in a wiki I've written and which I'm currently updating to use RedCloth 4.

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