(anonymous guest) (logged out)

Copyright (C) by the contributors. Some rights reserved, license BY-SA.

Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH.

This is version . It is not the current version, and thus it cannot be edited.
[Back to current version]   [Restore this version]

These are the notes regarding the Creole Markup Extension for Oddmuse. This extension is currently used concurrently with some other extensions at Wiki Ohana.

Lists: No nested lists, a single space or tab required after the # or -. Since this is only an extension to Oddmuse, however, and since the default markup rule suport nested bullet lists, Oddmuse with the Wiki Creole Markup Extension installed will infact support nested bullet lists. The list implementation allows multiline list items and empty lines between list items without starting a new list. Mixing numbered and unnumbered lists is not possible. Appropriate ul and ol elements will be generated instead.

Bold and Italic tags can be nested within each other, and may contain links. **[[link]]** will create a bold link. In the case of nesting errors, Oddmuse will try to close as many tags as possible. **//bold and italic**//foo will therefore print foo in italic, as the second ** will close both and Plugin insertion failed: Image plugin requires the name of an image and cannot be empty.. Bold and Italic may span lines but not paragraphs. Bold sections will use the strong element instead of b, italic sections will use the em element instead of i.

Headings: == will create H2 headings. Users therefore cannot create H1 headings on a page. The page title is the only H1. A single space or tab required after the last equal sign. Headings allow nested markup and end at the first newline. They may not span lines. Therefore == [[link]] will create a link inside a heading. Trailing equal signs inside a heading will be eaten silently. Therefore == foo ==== will create a heading "foo" where as == foo != bar will create a heading "foo != bar".

Links: The alternative text for a link can span lines. Thus the following will work:

[[foo|this is
the bar]]

[[http://example.com|this is
an example]]

Preformatted and nowiki: As suggested by Janne, three opening braces at the beginning of a line will open a pre element (preformatted), whereas three opening braces elsewhere will open a span element (unprocessed). This will usually not be monospaced, unlike pre, code, or tt elements! Both preformatted and unprocessed sections may contain empty lines. For unprocessed sections, these newlines will not be shown by the browser, obviously.

In preformatted blocks, any whitespace including a single newline after the opening braces will be eaten. Otherwise, all preformatted blocks will start with a newline (the newline right after the third opening brace. In addition to that, the closing three braces also need to stand at the beginning of a line.

Images: The extension supports all combinations of internal and external links:


Add new attachment

Only authorized users are allowed to upload new attachments.

« This particular version was published on 04-Sep-2006 03:25 by