- Literal blocks are still here, much improved as they support any character on the inside.
- Hard inline literal, corresponding to "technical" text inside plain text, like
code citation. Renderers will use monospace font. Every character will appear as it is.
- Soft inline literal works the same way hard inline literal does, but it should not be rendered in a different manner than casual text. Soft inline literal is a convenient answer for supporting almost any character and disabling standard formatting that occurs with punctuation, while avoiding conflict with other style delimiters.
- Character escape is a last-resort option for displaying characters used as delimiters for one of the literal forms described above.
Version 0.7.0 is hot! You can download it here. It comes with a complete redesign of literal and character escaping.