Add a dollar sign outside square brackets, like this $. Then try to link with a dollar sign in it $. It won’t work…
<meta name="generator" content="Discourse 1.2.0 - https://github.com/discourse/discourse version f6e929384077193ef8cf49649521c099d59b499e">
That is at least 907 commits behind current master… looks like you’re overdue for an upgrade.
Very fair, over 2 months old indeed!
I’ve actually had another instance outdated which had the bug and it went away when updated.
Now I just wonder in which commit this issue was already solved… Probably not in the only two ones related with markdown issues. Out of curiosity, how could I find it remotely with basically no knowledge of the repository?
see this answer here: How to search for a commit message on GitHub? - Stack Overflow
So maybe you can use
/tmp for a throw-away repo:
$ cd /tmp $ git clone https://github.com/discourse/discourse.git $ cd discourse $ git log --grep="Your search query"
Quite helpful is also git’s comprehensive documentation which is available with
$ git help log
Or just use it online: Git - git-log Documentation
It is quite effective in finding commits, so give it a try.