1. Shlomi Fish
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shl...@52c325ad-5fd0-0310-8a0f-c43feede02cc  committed 4eaaeab

Mention <ol>|<li>|<ul> in the Changes and revised the description.

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+    * Add support for <ol>, <li> and <ul> to Fiction-Text and Fiction-XML.
+
 0.1.7       Tue Apr 19 00:55:07 IDT 2011
     * Add support for &#91; and other numeric entities.
 

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 =head1 FORMAT
 
-=head2 Scenes
+=head2 Sections
 
 Sections are placed in XML-like tags of C<< <section> ... </section> >> or
 abbreviated as C<< <s> ... </s> >>. Opening tags in the format may have 
 
 =back
 
+=head2 Types of top-level items.
+
+=head3 Paragraphs
+
+These are not delimited by anything - just a paragraph of text not containing
+an empty line.
+
+=head3 <ol>
+
+This is an ordered list with <li>s, similar to its purpose in XHTML.
+
+=head3 <ul>
+
+An unordered list.
+
 =head2 EXAMPLES
 
 Examples can be found in the C<t/data> directory, and here: