What I noticed:
- Are the comments synchronized between the eu and the www site? I doesn’t seem to be the case.
- Terminating a list works … if it is indented. If it is not (if the marks start in the first column), the text following the list remains indented; one can only get rid of that by inserting a new header. This should probably work whether indented or not.
- The library(foo) automatic linking directs to the page w/o left sidebar, e.g. directly to
- Autolinking to functions seems to not work. E.g. a link to
- The markup processor gets confused if you write
[random_float](https://eu.swi-prolog.org/pldoc/doc_for?object=f(random_float/0))… by the dual termination paranthesis. The last parenthesis is regarded as not being part of the URL.
- If you have a reference e.g.
library(error)in a header, it is rendered in blue on blue and becomes invisible
- *CTRL-C should not be shortcut to insert “teletype markup” (i.e. the = sign). My muscle memory cannot adapt, this is torture.
- I still don’t know how to make “teletype mode” (started and ended with
=) work properly. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. I think there are too many extra cases and there is no way to properly find out where “teletype mode” starts and ends (obviously, in a programming language that contains itself the markup character). Can’t one just use in replacement? Note that backticks instead of = give italics instead of teletype. Maybe change that and deprecate the single =?
- Note that the = stays in if auto-quoting kicks in, For example the markup =error(type_error(,),Extra)= leads ot a teleytped
error(type_error(_,_),Extra)surround by equal signs.
- There is a special “quoting mode” of sections; introduced with ~~~~ which makes them look like code (which I never use, == is my friend) but no special mode for italicization.
- If you have two comments on a page, hitting edit will always start editing the last comment you entered, not the comment on which you hit edit.