Hi Yasushi, Michael and Nicolas,

Michael Brand <michael.ch.br...@gmail.com> writes:

> The syntax for inline code snippets seems easier to read by human and
> to parse with "~" than with "=" because inline code snippets use "~"
> less often than "=". I avoid "~/" by using "$HOME/" in my notes about
> shell and shell scripts. Some examples:

I've now fix those inconsistencies, both in the manual and in the
code.  I followed Michael suggestion to use ~code~ and =verbatim=.

We may need to update the way export backend treat this markup,
and try to be consistent here too.



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