There is a growing need for basic converters (libraries) to convert Creole to XHTML in different programming languages.  If you have written such a converter, please add it below. Ideally it can easily be imported and called with a single function, that will take Creole and spit out valid html/xhtml.

Does such a thing exist?  Maybe someone is near completion and just hasn't added it to the wiki?

//When adding a converter it would be helpful to note the license.  GPL converters generally can **not** be used in non-GPL programs.//

=== C ===

* [[Nyctergatis|Nyctergatis Markup Engine]] (NME), a C library with optional C++ glue (open-source, BSD license).

=== C# ===

=== ColdFusion ===

=== Common Lisp ===

=== Delphi ===

* [[http://www.yunqa.de/delphi/|DICreole]], a Creole 1.0 converter for Borland / ~CodeGear Delphi. Based on [[Nyctergatis|NME]], fully integrated, no external nor DLL files needed. Includes help and demo project. Freeware, BSD license.

=== Haskell ===

=== Java ===

* [[Java]]

=== JavaScript ===

* A prototype Javascript Creole 0.4 parser can be found at [MeatballSociety:Creole/0.4|http://www.meatballsociety.org/Creole/0.4/]
* [[http://www.ivan.fomichev.name/2008/04/javascript-creole-10-wiki-markup-parser.html|Codeholic's Codex]] Javascript Creole 1.0 wiki markup parser

=== Lua ===

=== Perl ===

* [[TextWikiCreole | Text::WikiCreole]] (Complete 1.0 plus extensions, plugins, etc)

=== PHP ===
* [[http://pear.php.net/package/Text_Wiki_Creole | Text_Wiki_Creole on pear.php.net]]

=== Python ===
* You may want to take a look at [[http://www.freewisdom.org/projects/python-markdown/|Markdown in Python]] if you're considering doing this.  Maybe you could use some of the code as a basis to speed up development.
* You can use the creole parser from MoinMoin 1.7 is now bundled separately, available at [[http://oink.sheep.art.pl/WikiCreole%20parser%20in%20python|oink.sheep.art.pl/WikiCreole parser in python]]
* [[http://creoleparser.googlepages.com|Creoleparser]] - built from scratch just for Creole :) MIT license [Sandbox|http://creoleparserwiki.appspot.com/pages/Sandbox] 
=== Ruby ===


== Why the languages above? ==

There exists a Markdown converter for eleven of the languages above.  (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown) Sure, some of the languages are less important than others, but if we had all eleven languages we'd be as broad platform as Markdown.