+to demarcate literal passthroughs?
the separater has to be a single character
In the docs it is mentioned that:
Each data format has a default separator associated with it (csv = comma, tsv = tab, dsv = colon), but the separator can be changed to any character (or even a string of characters) by setting the separator attribute on the table.
@pabloI need to proceduraly append some data to an existing document
@pablo > <@gitter_mogztter:matrix.org> You should check out the Asciidoctor Ruby API documentation: https://www.rubydoc.info/github/asciidoctor/asciidoctor/Asciidoctor%2FAbstractBlock:%3C%3C
Thanks! I was looking for this kind of documentation but I couldn't find it. Really helped me outhere (I was reading the inline docs in the source code before I read your message hehe)
@pabloAlso, there were a fell things I coundn't figure out after reading the docs:
@pablo * Also, there were a fell things I coundn't figure out after reading the docs:
How to configure the documents favicon via the Asciidoctor API?
How to remove the numbers that preceed the section titles?
How to make a link bold? My intuition was to create an
context set to
:type set to
:xref and place it inside an empty paragraph
:type set to
:strong, but that doesn't seem to work.