Wow! Getting to this point in the parser took a good amount of time, but in my head, I didn’t expect it to create 17 articles! Looking back at what I wanted to achieve by writing about the linter as I develop it, it makes sense to me, and I am not sorry that I wrote any of the articles.

However, that does leave me with a bit of a problem. This is article 18 in a series on writing a linter, and I have not really done any serious work on the linter yet.

Splitting Up the Articles

While going back and changing the names of the articles to “Markdown Tokenizer…” was attractive, thinking about it made me feel like I would be lying to any readers.

In the end, the best option that emerged was to use this article as a jumping off point for the other aspects of the project. Basically, a jump page. While not glamorous, it is honest, and follows one of the things that I am trying to inspire: “Stuff happens, pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and figure out what to do next.”

Here are the various directions that I have gone in documenting the further development on the project.

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