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We're using a slightly-hacked NoNameWiki and one of the things I like about
it is the ability to require that links take the form [[LinkName]] or [[Link
Name]]. This helps avoid links for camel case text that shouldn't be a link.
It also allows for some more natural links.

I would love to have a Lua-based Wiki to use since I'm hacking Perl somewhat
by guesswork.


on 1/5/05 10:55 AM, Alex Sandro Queiroz e Silva at

> Hallo,
> Andre Carregal wrote:
>> It seems that there are quite a bunch of Wikis on the pipeline. May I ask
>> what syntaxes are being planned? Would it make any sense to try to use
>> similar ones?
>    I'm using Tavi ( as my wiki engine (but I plan
> to use my own in production), so I've pretty much copied its syntax. So
> far my wiki renders **bold**, //italics//, {{monospace}},
> ^^superscript^^, ,,subscript,,, --deletions-- and ++insertions++.
> Currently the only way to create links is using CamelCaseWords.
> -alex