Allow HTML Comments in Markdown (BB-9958)

Kevin Cox avatarKevin Cox created an issue

Currently if a HTML comment is encountered in a markdown file it is escaped and displayed literally. Most[citation needed] implementations treat the comment as HTML and pass it through.

<!-- This gets escaped and displayed,
      but it would be nice if it was a HTML comment. -->

Additionally, some implementations completely remove comments with three leading dashes.

<!--- It would be nice if this was removed completely. -->

Comments (4)

  1. Kevin Cox

    The use case is basically notes for people writing the document, but that shouldn't be included in the final product. For example latex has % and RST has ... Markdown users usually use HTML comments.

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