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Fix matching of blockquotes
authormartin f. krafft <>
Sun, 12 Sep 2021 23:56:00 +0000 (11:56 +1200)
committermartin f. krafft <>
Sun, 12 Sep 2021 23:56:03 +0000 (11:56 +1200)
Thanks to Tomas Janousek for the patch.


index dccecf23c916d778b9a3412ab78b07da459563ef..487d3db98ab227baca19a888d6cd925b7b412d8f 100755 (executable)
@@ -178,7 +178,7 @@ def _identify_quotes_for_later(mdwn):
         # The lead-in to a quote is a single line immediately preceding the
         # quote, and ending with ':'. Note that there could be multiple of
         # these:
-        if re.match(r'^.+:\s*$', cur) and nxt.startswith('>'):
+        if re.match(r'^[^>]+.*:\s*$', cur) and nxt.startswith('>'):
             # pandoc needs an empty line before the blockquote, so
             # we enter one for the purpose of HTML rendition:
@@ -187,13 +187,13 @@ def _identify_quotes_for_later(mdwn):
         # The first blockquote after such a lead-in gets marked as the
         # "initial" quote:
-        elif prev and re.match(r'^.+:\s*$', prev) and cur.startswith('>'):
+        elif prev and re.match(r'^[^>]+.*:\s*$', prev) and cur.startswith('>'):
                               cur, flags=re.MULTILINE))
         # All other occurrences of blockquotes get the "subsequent" marker:
-        elif cur.startswith('>') and prev and not prev.startswith('>'):
+        elif cur.startswith('>') and prev is not None and not prev.startswith('>'):
                               cur, flags=re.MULTILINE))