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Michael Snoyman 7 years ago
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CONTENT.md

@ -28,4 +28,4 @@ main = putStrLn "Hello World!"
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And don't forget that linking to content ([](somecontent.md)) and to
outlines ([](../outline/someoutline.md)) is a good idea.
outlines ([insert-title](../outline/someoutline.md)) is a good idea.

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OUTLINE.md

@ -18,12 +18,12 @@ Then set up your outline as flat lists in individual sections
## Section 1
* [](../content/subject1.md)
* [](../content/subject2.md)
* [](../content/subject3.md)
* [insert-title](../content/subject1.md)
* [insert-title](../content/subject2.md)
* [insert-title](../content/subject3.md)
## Section 2
* [](../content/subject4.md)
* [](../content/subject5.md)
* [](../content/subject6.md)
* [insert-title](../content/subject4.md)
* [insert-title](../content/subject5.md)
* [insert-title](../content/subject6.md)

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README.md

@ -60,7 +60,7 @@ We should use standard Markdown linking conventions as relative paths. For examp
As a special feature, we *should* provide tooling that automatically fills in
link text when not provided by grabbing the title from the destination. This
would be triggered by having a link such as: `[](destination.md)`.
would be triggered by having a link such as: `[insert-title](destination.md)`.
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