On Wed, Mar 29, 2006 at 08:29:20PM +0200, Gabriel Wicke wrote:
to get maybe 75-80% of the pertinent parts of the parser glued
into WebGUI as a replacement for it's current article markup
facilities, but that will entail rewriting it in perl.
Is that even remotely practical-sounding?
Hmm- depends on how you weigh things to get those 75-80% ;-)
Understood. Most of what I'm after is easier markup: graf breaks, links,
italics and bold, maybe lists. The table stuff is nice, but lower on my
list. Transclusion is probably Right Out, since there's already a way to
accomplish that, and the page framing of WebGUI is sufficient different,
semantically, to make it hard to describe what it would do, anyway.
I'll check out that article brion pointed me to.
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