On Thu, Oct 12, 2017 at 11:35 AM Nicolas Goaziou <address@hidden
Again, that's the whole point of the change. So, to move discussion
forward, what do you need the zero width space for, in this particular
I do not need zero width space.. I mentioned it and tried it because you said:
> IIRC, the change allowed to use zero-width space as a way to escape markup.
For clarity: I do not plan to use zero-width space for escaping markup.
> Also below does not work.
> =title <ZWS>= "foo"=
> (where <ZWS> is the unicode 0x200b inserted for ZERO WIDTH SPACE)
What "does not work"? What do you want to achieve?
I expect "=title = "foo"=" to export to `title = "foo"' as before (using ASCII backend as example as in my first post).
Before this change:
- =title = "foo"= got fontified with org-verbatim face
- =title = "foo"= exported to `title = "foo" (C-c C-e t A)
After this change:
- =title = "foo"= does not get fontified with org-verbatim face (no Org face is applied)
- =title = "foo"= exports to =title = "foo"= as it is (C-c C-e t A)