Hi – According to the MMark spec, it should be able to take pandoc style citations, XML reference fragments and create a bibliography. However, am I not able to get this functionality to work in Hugo. I am using version 0.52.
Several things I have observed:
- In the HTML output from Hugo, the pandoc citations do appear to be converted into HTML (though without any text inside)
<a class="cite" href="#csp"></a>
- If the XML fragments are wrapped in a div inside the markdown, then they do appear in the output verbatim (though this is not the correct behavior either)
- In the Hugo source code on Github, it looks like citations should be enabled (the correct flag is passed to the parser)
Does anyone know why I cannot get this to work?