#134 ✓resolved
Jason Garber

Implement PyTextile-style list attributes

Reported by Jason Garber | March 17th, 2009 @ 04:41 AM | in 4.2.0

Here's what PyTextile does:

> To style a list, the parameters should go before the hash if you  
> want to set the attributes on the <ol> tag:
> (class#id)# one
> # two
> # three
> If you want to customize the firsr <li> tag, apply the parameters  
> after the hash:
> #(class#id) one
> # two
> # three

This will break backward compatibility, but I surveyed the redcloth-upwards list and they said, "onwards and upwards!"

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RedCloth is a Ruby library for converting Textile into HTML

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