Brett on 22 Apr, 2020 08:05 PM
If you’re including this at the top of a file and are using MultiMarkdown, the values are being interpreted as metadata. I’m not sure what you’re trying to do with the included YAML. Do you want it to appear in the document, or be interpreted some other way?
Brett on 23 Apr, 2020 12:01 PM
You're correct, that is odd behavior, especially since it's true even
when the included file isn't at the top and it happens even when MMD
isn't selected. I don't have an immediate explanation or fix, but if you
include a blank line at the beginning of the YAML file, it appears to
circumvent the issue (though leaves a blank line at the top of the code
I'll look into it further, but let me know if that helps for now.
The workaround with the blank line at the top of the file works for me. Thank you.
For the <<(FILE) include syntax I have a few ideas which would make it even more useful in my opinion:
- Definition of a language similar to the code block syntax - Line numbering - Include just line Y to Z of a file