[Doc-SIG] backslashing

Tony J Ibbs (Tibs) tony@lsl.co.uk
Mon, 26 Mar 2001 10:24:13 +0100

Edward Welbourne wrote:
> Just to be clear: the test-case markup mechanism is a totally
> different beast from the four varieties of `literal' I was
> describing, which come
> in four varieties because there are two independent binary choices:
>   * is the fragment python or alien
>   * do we inline it or is it a block
> We have #python.code('inlines')#, we have 'alien inlines' but we have
> only one variety of verbatim block (assuming you'll let me ignore the
> test-case inline which isn't any of the cases being considered).

Then, in those terms, yes.

Not for any deep philosophical reasons, but just because doctest exists.


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