Marcin Borkowski <mb...@mbork.pl> writes: > On 2015-10-25, at 17:37, Nicolas Goaziou <m...@nicolasgoaziou.fr> wrote: > >> I cannot think of any bad consequence if we tailor "border" in >> `org-emphasis-regexp-components' to allow everything but white spaces. > > I don't know, I guess I would welcome such change!
Done in b4af3f0. We'll see what horrible things happen. > I see. It was only a proposal. Another possibility could be XML's > <code> ... </code>. Or maybe the whole idea of short and long syntax > is bad. IMO, the latter. > But I'm afraid that if we want "lightweight markup", we might get > "impossible to mark up certain strings" (like Emacs keystrokes, which > are sometimes rather weird, like =C-x ,= - which is unbound by > default, but possible to use). The point of escaping mechanism is to extend the set of possible strings, at the price of a lesser readability. We could see what such a mechanism could give us. Regards,