Chris Withers wrote:
> Bill Anderson wrote:
> > Why not put a space in there, after the comma? As in:
> > (_.None, _, foo)

I suggest that, since this appeared in a code snippit to begin
with, it should have been written as:

  blah blah '(_.None,_,foo)' blah blah

in which case, the '_'s shouldn't have had any effect.
(If they did, it's a bug).

Note that the StructuredText underlining feature is 
widely considered a missfeature and probably won't be supported
in StructuredTextNG.

> > Likewise, I tried this in the Sandbox. Works for me. :)
> I'd prefer to see a generic way of escaping structured text formatting.
> Maybe this is something for StructuredTextNG?

Maybe. I'd really prefer that this not be necessary. 
Maybe someone should add this escaping feature to the
StructuredText Wiki at
If you do, please suggest an escaping syntax. Please
think hard to come up with an escaping syntax that I don't hate. ;)


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