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- Subject: RE: Testing for CamelCase
- From: Thomas Wrensch <twrensch@...>
- Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 18:49:34 +0000 (UTC)
On Wed, 5 Jan 2005, 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
I'm aware that Wiki architectures are very personal, but maybe some data
compatibility would be a plus, no? If that was true one could think as the
various Wikis available as different page generators for the same info
Here's a quick overview of my syntax:
CamelCase internal links (modified to allow Jan2000, etc.)
''emphisis'' and '''strong emphisis'''
[[double square brackets for monospace font,turns off other
--- At start of line is a horizontal ruler
* Lists are lines starting with * (bullet) or # (numbered)
**# Nested lists okay
[[[ at beginning of line starts a <pre> block ]]] at line start ends.
!!Bangs at line start are headers (!=H1, !!=H2, !!!=H3, etc.)
Other than that the Wiki is pretty simple, template pages can be used but
there's a simple default built in too. No search or page backup. Each page
is a file with a .wiki extension. Pretty simple stuff really.
Wiki CGI source available on request.
You can try it out at http://twrensch.gomen.org/tom/wiki.cgi
- Tom Wrensch