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Mon May 28 05:03:05 UTC 2007
Thanks for your reply, Jim! I had discovered the need for the
ExtendedSyntaxParser while reading through the code, but it still wasn't
working. But your comment about it being "not amicable to running along
side certain other kinds of extensions" led me to try turning off the
"TabbedData extension" and sure enough, it works now!
Now I can start hacking at the MarkdownSyntax extension...
On 5/27/07 12:42 PM, "Jim Wilson" <wilson.jim.r at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Simon,
> I'm the author of the aforementioned Usenet syntax extension. I have not
> tested it on anything higher than 1.9.x - but I doubt that's the problem.
> I created what I call a "Meta Extension" - an extension which is made to be
> hooked into and built upon by other extensions called ExtendedSyntaxParser:
> The UsenetSyntax extension requires this to be installed first.
> Without going into too much detail, the current implementation of
> ExtendedSyntaxParser, while operating fine by itself, is not amicable to
> running along side certain other kinds of extensions. It's something that
> I've wanted to revisit, but haven't had time to do so just yet.
> Good luck!
> -- Jim R. Wilson (jimbojw)
> On 5/26/07, Simon Dorfman <emaillists at simondorfman.com> wrote:
>> On 5/24/07 10:04 AM, "Ian Smith" <ismith at good.com> wrote:
>>> There's an extension which implements Usenet style syntax (ie. *bold*
>>> and _italics_) in MediaWiki -- and it's really simple. I think that
>>> this will at least give you an idea of how such an extension can be
>>> hooked into MW; in fact, you could probably use the extension as a base,
>>> cut out the Usenet formatting code, and paste in the Markdown code:
>> Thanks for your reply, Ian. I like this approach. My first step in
>> to implement this was to install UsenetSyntax and make sure it
>> works. Alas,
>> I installed UsenetSyntax and found that it doesn't work with the current
>> version (1.10.0) of MediaWiki. Here's my sandbox test page:
>> Maybe I'm doing something wrong. Do you have UsenetSyntax working on a
>> 1.10.0 install?
>> P.S.-I started a page to help with the writing of this extension and
>> eventually act as the release page:
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