I'm not sure that this is really a bug.
HTML doesn't really have footnotes, so what I did was create a
representation of a footnote (hence all the <span>'s and classes, etc).
When converted to LaTeX (which is really why I added footnotes to
begin with), you would get a separate copy of each instance of the footnote.
This is entirely different than end notes, which MMD doesn't technically
support (by default - you can do whatever you want with XSLT).
I'll have to think about the proper behavior here - MMD doesn't do error
checking to be sure you *didn't* use the same footnote label more than
once, so it allows it. But you'll notice both instances have the same
id, so the the reverse links from the footnote back to the text don't
On 8/5/09 12:52 AM, Dan Dascalescu wrote:
Fletcher T. Penney
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