Russell Urquhart <russurquha...@verizon.net> writes:
> About a year ago i really got into Asciidoc, and use it at my work for
> technical writing.
What are your output formats?
> For me, i had some Context files, that had, for example, footnotes,
> within footnotes, within footnots. This is very doable in
> Context. Asciidoc, currently, does not support this multiple levels of
> footnotes, so, as i expected, converting Context -> Asciidoc, was not
> able to do this.
Interesting…I also have need for footnotes within footnotes and hit that
barrier with rst/markdown or some other non-AsciiDoc format
> My suggestions would be, as you are going from asciidoc to Context,
> make sure that you are happy with what you can do in asciidoc. Context
> should be able to readily handle a conversion from Pandoc.
Well, considering that ConTeXt can do much more than AsciiDoc, maybe for
regualr web content (blog posts, shorter articles etc.) I could simply
use Markdown without even going to AsciiDoc which is interesting option
only in case of being able to server as single-source format.
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