Markup language/convention for Notes?

Ben Gamari ben at
Wed Apr 13 21:15:39 UTC 2022

Simon Peyton Jones <simon.peytonjones at> writes:

> I'm open-minded, but I *really* want the text to be readily readable *in
> the original source file*.  So
> * Back-ticks are much better than `@` signs; the latter are too noisy.
> * For code, backticks add clutter.  Maybe just intentend text can be
> code?   (Unless it's part of a bulleted list.)
In Markdown region of text indented by at least four spaces denotes a
code block element. Unfortunately, Haddock doesn't have a similarly
noise-free syntax, requiring that lines of code blocks begin with `>`.


- Ben

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