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e70155cee121d785b6f7b7b1d211e566fbdbdb6e — Case Duckworth 4 years ago 1882b5e
Update file extensions
1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

M README.md
M README.md => README.md +2 -2
@@ 109,11 109,11 @@ It also has support for three inline spans:
</ul>

Everything else is just HTML.
This means that a valid `.lht` file is *almost* a valid `.md` file,
This means that a valid `.lh` file is *almost* a valid `.md` file,
except where it nests HTML and Markdown
(so it's not really, but you can run it through Markdown in a pinch
and get the basic idea across.
This file, for example, is both `index.lht` and `README.md`
This file, for example, is both `index.lh` and `README.md`
(they're just symlinked to each other),
so it's got some weirdness to keep things compatible between Markdown and LHT.
But if you're just writing for LHT, it can be much simpler.).