I just wrote some ariticles about ruby and rails using markdown's syntax. I found that there are so many xxx_yyy methods descriped in my document and markdown mess them up to this xxx_yy .... aaa_bbb (I want)=> xxx yy...aaa(italic) bbb The only solution I found now is warp them all in ``. But doing this break my layout because of the <code></code> gen by `` The underscore's usage is convention in ruby so I want to disable it's function in markdown Is there anybody can give me an advice?
on 2006-01-02 17:15
on 2006-01-02 19:31
On Mon, 02 Jan 2006 14:55:05 -0000, cap <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > The underscore's usage is convention in ruby so I want to disable it's > function in markdown > > Is there anybody can give me an advice? > You should be able to escape it: this is\_a? literal underscore If you're doing from a Ruby string don't forget to escape the escape: md = "this is\\_a? literal underscore" It is a royal pain in the arse. Use Textile instead ;)