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I have read the docs but can't figure out how to reference other .md files in the README.md. I have some .md files in the root and subdirectories (folders) that I want to reference in the README.md for people to read.
I am probably doing something very simple that is wrong. Please point me in the right direction.
Are you trying to create links to those files, and then have Bitbucket render those files for you? If so, this syntax should work to create the link: http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#link Though I am not sure how BB will handle it.
Or are you trying to include them to essentially build a README.md out of component files?
Thanks for your response. It is the former over the later. I followed the syntax on the daring fireball website. But whatever link I use to the subdocs or secondary docs (whatever you want to call them), I get nasty 404 errors saying it can't find my docs (.md files).
any advice on the structure of the URL links would be great.
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4779582/markdown-and-including-multiple-files I don't think that Markdown itself has support for including other files. My recommendation would be to have the README.md file built using a pre-commit script. There is no limitation on links within Markdown, and all Bitbucket does is render it. Your links should just be the links you see in your browser's url bar when you view the .md file in your repo as a user which has access to it. You can use http://www.markdownviewer.com/ to test your syntax on the fly.
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