I made a small change to the Markdown parser. It only affects you, if you use Markdown on your wiki: If you have a page called MARKDOWN with some text (e.g. “Yes”), all your pages use Markdown. If your page starts with #MARKDOWN, then this page uses Markdown.
The Markdown parser has code to translate lines prefixed by “> “ to a block quote (usually shown as an indented block). Sadly, a separate piece of code (the Markup module) translated lines prefixed by “> “ to a pre-formatted block.
The change I made is that if Markdown gets used on your wiki, the original code runs, translating “> “ to a block quote.
Let’s take this example:
> this is > a test
Previously, it always translates into the following:
<pre> <span>></span> this is <span>></span> a test </pre>
Now, if your wiki, or your page, uses Markdown, the result will be:
<blockquote> this is a test </blockquote>
If you don’t like it, you can rewrite it like this:
``` > this is > a test ```