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I'm writing a rather long README.md for some inhouse tools we user for our software. I want a single file that everyone [well the other four people for now] can go to with all the syntax and explanations. The one thing that is now haunting me is putting in links. Why you cry Vilmos?
What the doc looks like is:
## This ### Syntax ### Example ## That ### Syntax ### Example
Because the headings have the same text they end up with the same id and I can't link to them. Anyone know what I should do. Our repos are on github if that will make a difference.
I can find documentation on how to use bloody emojis but put an id for a link into the doc? No bloody way!
Use something unique for each "Syntax" and each "Example" ... derrr
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Why do we need another formatting definition with obscure syntax? What ever happened to a nice WYSIWYG editor? And every site I've used markdown on, there are enough variations that something I learned how to do on one site doesn't work on another.
Jeremy Falcon wrote:
Can't go be afraid of change.
True, but I can complain when change is taking two steps backwards and zero forwards!
Well, it's lightweight. Just look most generated HTML from a WYSIWYG editor. I think it's great for non-techy people or stuff like quick readmes. I'd not make a webpage with it, but for simple stuff it reminds me a lot of Wiki editing.