|Subject:||bug#24709: 26.0.50; Support for Markdown in electric-quote-mode|
|Date:||Sun, 02 Jul 2017 15:49:13 +0000|
Philipp Stephani <address@hidden> schrieb am So., 16. Okt. 2016 um 19:22 Uhr:
When editing a Markdown document with electric-quote-mode enabled, the
experience is not optimal because ` (backtick) in Markdown is a syntax
element (for introducing code spans and blocks), but is converted by
electric-quote-mode. Also ` and ' inside code spans and blocks continue
to insert curly quotes where they shouldn't. I propose the following:
- Provide an alternative behavior of electric-quote-mode where ` doesn't
trigger replacement and ' can insert left or right curly quotes,
depending on whether it follows a space or similar (newline, beginning
of buffer, opening parenthesis).
- Provide a way to disable electric-quote-mode for certain regions,
effectively the inverse of the existing electric-quote-string etc.
This could be in the form of syntactic elements or text properties.
I've attached a patch. It doesn't cover all cases, though; e.g. an unterminated Markdown code span is not supported yet.
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