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Markdownlint rule listing for Ruby implementation
MD001 - Header levels should only increment by one level at a time
MD002 - First header should be a top level header
MD003 - Header style
MD004 - Unordered list style
MD005 - Inconsistent indentation for list items at the same level
MD006 - Consider starting bulleted lists at the beginning of the line
MD007 - Unordered list indentation
MD009 - Trailing spaces
MD010 - Hard tabs
MD011 - Reversed link syntax
MD012 - Multiple consecutive blank lines
MD013 - Line length
MD014 - Dollar signs used before commands without showing output
MD018 - No space after hash on atx style header
MD019 - Multiple spaces after hash on atx style header
MD020 - No space inside hashes on closed atx style header
MD021 - Multiple spaces inside hashes on closed atx style header
MD022 - Headers should be surrounded by blank lines
MD023 - Headers must start at the beginning of the line
MD024 - Multiple headers with the same content
MD025 - Multiple top level headers in the same document
MD026 - Trailing punctuation in header
MD027 - Multiple spaces after blockquote symbol
MD028 - Blank line inside blockquote
MD029 - Ordered list item prefix
MD030 - Spaces after list markers
MD031 - Fenced code blocks should be surrounded by blank lines
MD032 - Lists should be surrounded by blank lines
MD033 - Inline HTML
MD034 - Bare URL used
MD035 - Horizontal rule style
MD036 - Emphasis used instead of a header
MD037 - Spaces inside emphasis markers
MD038 - Spaces inside code span elements
MD039 - Spaces inside link text
MD040 - Fenced code blocks should have a language specified
MD041 - First line in file should be a top level header
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MD046 - Code block style
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