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The JSPWiki installation documentation for the WikiCreole "Filter" at http://www.ecyrd.com/JSPWiki/wiki/WikiCreole describes a download page "i3G" which is no longer available. You can download the jar file containing the filter from here:

-- ChristophSauer, 2015-Nov-18 14:51 (CET)

Some JSPWiki implementation notes and jots...

The easiest way would probably be to grab the DOM tree after MarkupParser.parse(), and do a series of simple translations. For example, through a custom WikiRenderer. Storing of the Mementos would need to be done in the HttpSession.

From ChangeLog for JSPWiki 2.5.7#

Added CreoleMarkupRenderer, which currently supports WikiCreole 0.2 syntax. This is a highly experimental feature. You can't do much with it yet, since we're missing a backconverter.

Known Problems#

  • links including tilde (~) or colon (:) get cut off after these characters
  • images within nowiki render strangely
  • no escape character support yet

Same syntax with Creole 0.3#

Lists, Horizontal Rule, Preformatted, Tables

Differences between JSPWiki and Creole 0.3#






====== Small ======
===== Small =====
==== Small ====
=== Medium ===
== Large ==
= Large =
[This is a page|Page]
[[Page|This is a page]]


[{Image src = 'myimage.jpg'  caption = 'this is my image'}]
{{myimage.png|this is my image}} 

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