package Acme::MarkdownTest;
$Acme::MarkdownTest::VERSION = '0.02';
# We need the following ABSTRACT line, as dzil can't find the abstract
# from the markdown

# ABSTRACT: test module to see how markdown is handled

use strict;
use warnings;
use 5.006;


=begin markdown


Acme::MarkdownTest - test module to see how markdown is handled


    use Acme::MarkdownTest;


This is an empty module that I'm using to see how well
is supported for writing module documentation.

In this documentation I've tried to use most of the standard markdown
elements, to see how they come out in perldoc, metacpan, and elsewhere.

> This is a blockquote

Then we have _italic_ and **bold** formatting.

Let's have a bulleted list:

 * first bullet
 * second bullet

And then a numbered list:

 1. first item
 2. second item
 3. third item

And then a code sample:

    # This is a comment
    if ($answer > 41 && $answer < 43) {
        print "hooray!\n";

And an inline `code()` example.

The next line should produce a horizontal rule:



Neil Bowers <>


This software is copyright (c) 2021 by Neil Bowers.

This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under
the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself.

=end markdown