The good thing of this is that with the quotes it's working fine, it's creating the html code but with the < > is not working... and I don't know how to debug this tbh.
@ekaitz_zarraga quoteak erabili ordez code-a erabiltzen badaduzu?
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@zital Arazoa da Pelican barruan markdown idazten dela eta berak suposatzen da ulertzen duela markdown barruko kodea nola html bihurtu ondo. Eta pre-code tagen barruan sartzen du... ez dakit zergatik ez duen > sinboloarekin ondo egiten eta "-ekin bai
@ekaitz_zarraga ba ematen du post-prosezu bat egin beharko diozula :S
@zital Aurkitu dut zergatik den. Itzelezko liada.
@ekaitz_zarraga Hmmm... I had the same issue long time ago, but i don't remember how i fixed it
@ekaitz_zarraga I read the issue. Better sending it to Python-Markdown, but I will check for what we did to fix it on Blask, maybe I can help you.
@jsalvador I thought it was that pelican was cleaning the input before sending it through Python-Markdown. Testing it now. I'll probably move it.
@jsalvador Solved. Upgrading python-markdown solves the issue.
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