I'm trying to understand how nested file inclusions with level offsets are processed. Here's my use-case:
= main title
= parent title
= child title
== grandchild title
(Note the 'leveloffset' attribute when including the 'child-include.adoc' file in the 'parent-include.adoc' one)
I would expect that these relative nested leveloffset would combine/accumulate and give the following output when processing the `test.adoc` top-level file:
But instead, asciidoctor 2.0.10 gives the following result:
as if the `leveloffset` attribute in the `include:child-include.adoc[leveloffset=+1]` macro in the `parent-include.adoc` file was ignored.
Is it the expected behaviour or is it a limitation or a (known) issue?