Fixing Markdown’s shortcomings with Python

Markdown has become the go-to lightweight markup language for a variety of tasks — you’ll find it powering commenting systems, blogs, wikis, and static websites of all sorts. This widespread adoption has led to a number of advantages over other markup languages — namely, AsciiDoc and reStructuredText — when it comes to writing technical documentation:

Note: When I refer to “AsciiDoc,” I’m talking about the variation of the syntax…

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An open-source software developer with interests in natural language processing, data science, and collaborative writing. More @ https://github.com/jdkato.

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