I took an example of strucuture text from the document string of StructuredText.py

- Text encloded by double quotes followed by a colon, a URL, and concluded
  by punctuation plus white space, *or* just white space, is treated as a
  hyper link. For example:

    "Zope":http://www.zope.org/ is ...

  Is interpreted as '<a href="http://www.zope.org/">Zope</a> is ....'
  Note: This works for relative as well as absolute URLs.

The paragraph ends with a 'example' but the next line beging with "Zope" is not 
formatted as <PRE> but as a link.  If one moves the 'For example:' in a new paragraph 
we have better results.

Am I missing something?


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