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regression tests

test links

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auto link: http://www.mozilla.org/ blabla

lazy link: www.mozilla.org blabla

local link: this is a link to the source of this document

several local links (BUG!): lionwiki-t2t and lionwiki-t2t-minimal

several local links (possible workaround): my lionwiki-t2t and this is lionwiki-t2t-minimal

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test ftp

test secure ftp

test --- test

Test markup (bold, underlined etc)

blockquote (4 spaces) (should interpret marks) : should not work blockquote lv 2 (only spaces) (should interpret marks) : should not work blockquote lv 3 (only spaces) (should interpret marks) : should not work

blockquote (1 tab) (should interpret marks)
blockquote (2 tab) (should interpret marks)

end blockquote

new blockquote (1 tab)
code

this is monospace.

It reads a text file with minimal markup such as **bold** and //italic//. Its python implementation can convert to several formats such as html, docbook, LaTeX, RTF, Man page, Creole, Wikipedia / MediaWiki, PmWiki, DokuWiki, MoinMoin, AsciiDoc...

**bold**

lists

Plain List

The dash is the default list identifier. For sublists, just add spaces at the beginning of the line. More spaces, more sublists.

The list ends with two consecutive blank lines.

Numbered List

The same rules as the plain list, just a different identifier (plus).

  1. one (olist)
  2. two (olist)
  3. three (olist)
    • mixed lists! (ulist)
    • what a mess (ulist)
      1. counting again (olist)
      2. ... (olist)
  4. four (olist)

others

poetry begins with a single space

macros

20161126

this is 20161126