//You have to copy the RAW content (not: rendered content) of the above pre section to your creole implementation test page//: no, because the ~~}}} to escape the end marker of the pre block is not Creole. BTW, in the previous sentence, I've tried to write tilde-triplerightbrace in nowiki (which should be fine in Creole) but the tilde isn't rendered...

-- [[YvesPiguet]], 2007-Aug-9

Is the test case for images correct? It uses:

[{ImagePro src='Red-Flower.jpg' caption='here is a red flower' }]

But based on the description in other pages it seems it should be:

{{Red-Flower.jpg|here is a red flower}}
-- [[JorgeFerrer]], 2008-Feb-4

Preformatted nowiki doesn't work in this wiki, which prevents showing what the test cases should look like even by using a mixed wikicreole/creole markup. Image, header and table markup are examples of such markup. A big warning should be displayed at the top of the page.

-- [[YvesPiguet]], 2008-Mar-25

What about moving the testcases to a wiki which renders it correctly, until we have a proper renderer here?

-- [[ChristophSauer]], 2008-Mrz-25 09:41 (CET)

I think it would be helpful. I don't own one, unfortunately... I just have a plain web site with a single sandbox page for NME.

-- [[YvesPiguet]], 2008-Mar-25

== Table headings

Are {{{||}}} and {{{|=}}} both valid markups for table headings in Creole? [[Creole1.0]] lists just {{{|=}}}.

-- [[IvanFomichev]], 2008-04-01

Only {{{|=}}}. This wiki renders || correctly because it has a [[Mixed Mode]] renderer, which allows the JSPWiki markup for table headings as well.

-- [[ChristophSauer]], 2008-Apr-02 09:57 (CEST)

== URI/Italics Ambiguity

There is a statement in the test page that seems to be inaccurate:

Note: the implementation should not render foo://bar as italic! It's not enough to
protect http://bar from being rendered as italic, because you can have much more
protocols, for example jdbc://bar and ftp://file.

The {{{foo://}}} should start an italic block, according to the spec (and it //is// rendered correctly in this wiki).

-- [[StephenDay]], 2007-Oct-18

The spec doesn't say, that only {{{http://}}} and {{{ftp://}}} should be treated as valid URIs. What about https://www.example.org? sftp://sftp.example.org? telnet://username:password@example.org? irc://irc.example.org?

-- [[IvanFomichev]], 2008-04-02

Maybe the next version of Creole should be more clear about this. I personally think that rendering https://www.example.org non-italic is fine (even though the spec doesn't say), while doing the same with {{{fruit://apple// or fruit://apple}}}, wouldn't be right.

Anyhow, this discussion should probably be moved over to [[Italics And Url Ambiguity]], where a lot has been said already.

-- [[StephenDay]], 2008-04-02