Issue #9562 wontfix

Wiki Markdown lists are not being rendered correctly

Adam Barrow
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The sample below creates an indented list of both ordered (numbered) and unordered items, as might be useful in a requirements template, when rendered using the Markdown tool at http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/dingus. When rendered within the BitBucket wiki, however, it creates a rather unordered list (some of the indented items are inline, the numbering continues where it shouldn't, etc).

(BitBucket sample is available at https://bitbucket.org/ab-iteam/tutorial/wiki/Markdown%20Sample)

## General Requirements
*TODO* An important note goes here.

1. blah blah
 * detailed blah blah
 * more details blah blah
2. blah another blah
3. blah very complex blah
  1. blah detail blah 
  2. blah blah blah
     *Note* very important information
  3. blah blah
    * blah blah
    * blah blah
      * blah blah blah
      * blah blah blah
      * blah blah blah
    * blah blah

# Apendix A: Terminology and Context
This section is to explain any language above that may not be clear.

Comments (3)

  1. Jon Mooring staff

    This is a noted difference in python-markdown's implementation and is a result of them following the specification more closely than other implementations. We will most likely not be fixing this, as it technically does conform to the Markdown spec.

  2. Adam Barrow reporter

    Thank you for the link to python-markdown's differences. Would it be possible to include that link in the online help to help other wiki users?

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