This is a reference markdown document to know how it's parsed in tagtog.
In particular, we target a subset of [CommonMark (spec 0.28)](https://spec.commonmark.org/0.28/).
Only-text actual content is supported; in particular:
code blocks (both within back ticks or indented)
images (not inline)
lists (both unordered, ordered, and nested)
Inline content and styles are not supported; in particular: **bold**, _emphatic_, `code`, ~~scratched~~, ![images](url), [links](url).
Other special style-only elements are not supported either; in particular: horizontal lines (<hr/> or ---) or line breaks (<br/>).
Block quotes are not supported at the moment but are coming soon.
Tables are not supported at the moment.
HTML-only elements are not supported.
Following are some tests to know exactly how some elements are parsed and visualized in practice.
Also a Heading 1
Also a Heading 2
######A heading requires a space after #
This is a paragraph.
This is another paragraph. And this actually continues the paragraph. This too... And done.
This is code... ...no matter the indentation!
Code indented ... gets parsed out too
An unordered list...
A nested ordered list
And more nesting
Third item in the ordered list
More nesting, now unordered
More complex stuff with lists...
Image within (not allowed): ![An image](https://commonmark.org/help/images/favicon.png)
code indented within
> Quote blocks are not supported as such, > but treated as paragraphs
![Superman Image!](http://www.favicon.cc/logo3d/97988.png) <!-- inline comment (not allowed) -->