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I am still waiting for your explanation of the escaping syntax so that comments that include Perl arrays don't accidentally turn into Texinfo directives.
Oh. I don't think I understand what you're talking about. In that Texinfo example I was using in the OP, I figured:
# This is a regular comment. Don't start one of # these with a '#@'. #@ This could be a Pod comment. #@ Make sure they always start with a '#@'.

chromatic isn't talking about this. How do you suggest to escape these so that texinfo parses them correctly?

#@ @node do_something #@ #@ @array has to be defined. #@ #@ You'd use this @emph{awesome} function.. #@ #@ Also note that hash slices like @hash{oops} are needed. #@

In reply to Re^7: Perl 6 Pod -- reinventing the wheel? by Leviathan
in thread Perl6 Pod -- reinventing the wheel? by j3

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