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  • Versions
    to upload new attachments This page revision 62 was last changed on 12 Oct 2008 14 32 by ChristophSauer This page was created on 05 Sep 2006 10 44 by Christoph Only authorized users are allowed to rename pages Only authorized users are allowed to delete pages Incoming links Versions Left Menu Talk Creole 1 0 Outgoing links Versions AddNoWikiEscapeProposal AlternateLinkSyntaxProposal ChangeLinebreakMarkupProposal ChangeLog CheatSheet Creole0 1 Creole0 1TestCases Creole0 1TestCases2

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  • Release Policy
    Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Release Policy Your trail JorgeFerrer Home TikiWikiCMSGroupware Home DerekParnell Home JohnMcClure Home Talk Versions Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo Give a note to the community two weeks before declaring a minor version change to be final 0 1 0 2 four weeks for a major version change

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  • Change Log
    Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Change Log Your trail TikiWikiCMSGroupware Home DerekParnell Home JohnMcClure Home Talk Versions Home ReleasePolicy Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo This lists all changes in Creole from Creole 0 1 to current so developers who have older versions of Creole can upgrade their parser easier Changes in Creole 0 5 space as escape character before ending triple curly braces in nowiki see Add No Wiki Escape Proposal embedded nowiki preformatted is allowed in tables Changed Any markup except for images within a link will not be parsed At least images inside links must be supported Parsing other markup within a link is not required optional equal sign directly following pipe defines a table header see Talk Table relaxed the no markup allowed rules Changes in Creole 0 4 requirement to support wiki style linebreaks see ChangeLinebreakMarkupProposal can put line breaks in table cells allow for level one headings like this really big heading Changes in Creole 0 3 Tables all cells separated by single pipes Removed rule Links should not be allowed to contain a linebreak Added summary

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  • Creole 0.6
    side equal signs are optional don t need to be balanced and don t impact the kind of heading generated Whitespace is not allowed before the left side equal signs Only whitespace characters are permitted after the closing equal signs No markup has to be parsed within headings Creole Level 1 largest Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Also level 3 Also level 3 Also level 3 not parsed Recommended XHTML h1 Level 1 largest h1 h2 Level 2 h2 h3 Level 3 h3 h4 Level 4 h4 h5 Level 5 h5 h6 Level 6 h6 h3 Also level 3 h3 h3 Also level 3 h3 h3 Also level 3 h3 h3 not parsed h3 Links Internal and External Almost all wikis use square brackets to make links Using double square brackets allows single square brackets to be used freely without worry of turning them into links Reasoning Links can appear in paragraphs also inside bold and italic text list items and table cells The links are bold or italic if they are part of bold or italic text At least images inside links must be supported Parsing other markup within a link is not required optional Free standing urls should be detected and turned into links Single punctuation characters at the end of urls should not be considered part of the url Creole link MyBigPage Go to my page http www wikicreole org http www rawlink org http www another rawlink org http www wikicreole org Visit the WikiCreole website Weird Stuff Weird Stuff Recommended XHTML a href http www examplewiki com link link a a href http www examplewiki com MyBigPage Go to my page a a href http www wikicreole org http www wikicreole org a a href http www rawlink org http www rawlink org a a href http www another rawlink org http www another rawlink org a a href http www wikicreole org Visit the WikiCreole website a a href http www examplewiki com Weird Stuff Weird Stuff a Sample Output link Go to my page http www wikicreole org http www rawlink org http www another rawlink org Visit the WikiCreole website Weird Stuff Paragraphs No markup tags should be necessary to start a new paragraph Reasoning One or more blank lines end paragraphs A list table or preformatted block end paragraphs too Creole This is my text This is more text Recommended XHTML p This is my text p p This is more text p Sample Output This is my text This is more text Line breaks blog style vs wiki style There was a long discussion whether to use blog style or wiki style legacy style line breaks We decided to change the original blog style line break recommendation treat linebreaks as line breaks from Creole 0 3 to the wiki style linebreaks recommendation Wikis must support forced line break syntax We encourage engine developers that have already implemented the Creole 0 3 style blog style line

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  • Creole 1.0 Grammars
    C by the contributors Some rights reserved license BY SA Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Creole 1 0 Grammars Your trail JohnMcClure Home Talk Versions Home ReleasePolicy Home ChangeLog Home Creole0 6 Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo A grammar is obviously a more formal specification of what s considered valid Wiki Creole

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  • Creole 0.7
    Item 1 ul li Item 1 1 li ul li li Item 2 li ul Sample Output Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Ordered Lists The number sign is used for ordered lists in most wikis Reasoning Creole Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 or Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Recommended XHTML ol li Item 1 ol li Item 1 1 li ol li li Item 2 li ol Sample Output Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Headings Using equal signs is the most popular wiki header markup Since there are more equal signs for smaller headers subheaders will become more indented making it easier to get a visual overview from the markup alone Closing equal signs are optional making Creole more flexible since many wiki engines do not require them Reasoning Only three different sized levels of headings are required Closing right side equal signs are optional don t need to be balanced and don t impact the kind of heading generated Whitespace is not allowed before the left side equal signs Only whitespace characters are permitted after the closing equal signs No markup has to be parsed within headings Note In Creole 0 3 and earlier the level one headings were not included since many wiki engines consider the title of a wiki page to be H1 see Wikipedia Wikipedia Manual of Style headings Creole Level 1 largest Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Also level 3 Also level 3 Also level 3 not parsed Recommended XHTML h1 Level 1 largest h1 h2 Level 2 h2 h3 Level 3 h3 h4 Level 4 h4 h5 Level 5 h5 h6 Level 6 h6 h3 Also level 3 h3 h3 Also level 3 h3 h3 Also level 3 h3 h3 not parsed h3 Links Internal External and Interwiki Almost all wikis use square brackets to make links Using double square brackets allows single square brackets to be used freely without worry of turning them into links Reasoning Links can appear in paragraphs also inside bold and italic text list items and table cells The links are bold or italic if they are part of bold or italic text At least images inside links must be supported Parsing other markup within a link is not required optional Free standing urls should be detected and turned into links Single punctuation characters at the end of urls should not be considered part of the url If your wiki supports Interwiki links links to other wikis should be made by putting the wiki name then a colon in front of the page title For example linking to WikiCreole Creole1 0 would link to the Creole spec on this WikiCreole wiki Creole link MyBigPage Go to my page http www wikicreole org http www rawlink org http www another rawlink org http www wikicreole org Visit the WikiCreole website Weird Stuff Weird Stuff Ohana WikiFamily Recommended XHTML a href http www examplewiki com link link a a href http www examplewiki com MyBigPage Go to my page a a href http www wikicreole org http www wikicreole org a a href http www rawlink org http www rawlink org a a href http www another rawlink org http www another rawlink org a a href http www wikicreole org Visit the WikiCreole website a a href http www examplewiki com Weird Stuff Weird Stuff a a href http wikiohana net cgi bin wiki pl WikiFamily Ohana WikiFamily a Sample Output link Go to my page http www wikicreole org http www rawlink org http www another rawlink org Visit the WikiCreole website Weird Stuff Ohana WikiFamily Paragraphs No markup tags should be necessary to start a new paragraph Reasoning One or more blank lines end paragraphs A list table or preformatted block end paragraphs too Creole This is my text This is more text Recommended XHTML p This is my text p p This is more text p Sample Output This is my text This is more text Line breaks blog style vs wiki style There was a long discussion whether to use blog style or wiki style legacy style line breaks We decided to change the original blog style line break recommendation treat linebreaks as line breaks from Creole 0 3 to the wiki style linebreaks recommendation Wikis must support forced line break syntax We encourage engine developers that have already implemented the Creole 0 3 style blog style line breaks not to throw away their implementation but to add an option so that administrators can choose in which mode to run their installation This way we hope to gain more experience with blog style line breaks In a blog style line break mode the forced line break syntax must be supported so that line breaks will properly migrate when people copy text from a wiki with forced line break characters Reasoning wiki style for line breaks Creole This is the first line and this is the second Recommended XHTML This is the first line br and this is the second Sample Output This is the first line and this is the second Creole This is a single list item followed by a paragraph Recommended XHTML ul li This is a single list item li ul p followed by a paragraph p Sample Output This is a single list item followed by a paragraph Nowiki Preformatted There must be a way for users to enter text which will not be formatted by the wiki engine Triple curly brackets were chosen due to their visibility and unlikeliness to be in the code itself Reasoning This works inline or as a block No wiki markup is interpreted between these characters As a block the three curly braces should be on one line by itself to open and another line of three curly braces should be on a line by itself to close We strongly recommend displaying nowiki text as monospace but this is not required also see

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  • Hyphen List Markup Proposal
    to accept this new proposal to switch back to the original design on using hyphens for unnumbered lists item 1 item 2 item 2 1 item 2 2 item 3 Note that we do not require a space after the hyphens Disadvantages not as frequently used as asterisk in existing wiki markup variants ambiguities with other use of hypens as first characters in a line horizontal lines common use of two dashes for signatures common use of double hyphen to indicate m dash in text although this is not really a disadvantage because m dashes are never used at the beginning of a line of text there s a distinction between hyphens and dashes Advantages no BoldAndListsAmbiguity therefore easier to implement usually the first guess of end users look into your mailbox for the usage of lists see Line Break Case Studies looks better why have we put so much thought into avoiding when we now introduce a similar root of confusion hyphens are easy to type usually easier than asterisk hardly any collisions with existing markup not new see PukiWiki SnipSnap XWiki Ambiguities Resolution In the following section we will show solutions for the ambiguities already discussed on the Talk Lists page involved with hyphens Opposed to the bold as the first formatting in a list item we consider these combinations as root for ambiguities as EdgeCases Horizontal Lines and Signatures In general an unnumbered list alway has to start with one hyphen Horizontal rules are on a line by themselves One could check for four ore more hyphens with nothing else behind it only space and line break The same is true for signatures HomerSimpson 21 Feb 2007 Please use the ListsAndHorizontalLinesSingaturesAmbiguity page to discuss the issues and solutions Using Minus as first Char in Lines This is an EdgeCase For those cases we should introduce a general escape Character other than space because we want to allow spaces in front of lists 5 10 5 This example shows that using a character like a hyphen as a first char has actually the same problem as using an equal sign as the first character While we do not lose a word about the headings so far there has been concerns about minus as a first character see Talk Lists Both have to be handled anyway Therefore we would like to suggest general escape character other than space see EscapeCharacterProposal 5 10 5 If we would use space as an escape character we would not be able to allow space in front of lists for example anymore Remaining Problems Identified in Discussions Hard line breaks A hard line break is a line break that is saved explicitly in the text by putting in a line break character that is not visible to human readers but will be used by parsers A human user inserts this invisible character when he hits return Some Software products also might insert hard line breaks when they wrap the line see Hard Line Breaks

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/HyphenListMarkupProposal (2016-02-11)
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  • Proportional Font Nowiki Proposal
    normal text in proportional font The monospaced font on the other hand can be used to highlight parts of text with special meaning like variable names mathematical formulas urls and paths commands We might sometimes want to include links or other Creole markup inside these Because of these two reasons it seems wise to separate the markup for nowiki and for monospaced font To have the old nowiki monospaced text the users would need to combine the two markups or just skip the nowiki if the text inside doesn t really require escaping The proposed characters for marking monospaced text are this is used in a number of wikis already doesn t introduce more problems than for bold has introduced already and is good for using when talking about variable names or commands The character is widespread for marking comments which are unlikely to appear in an inline text The programming languages that don t use for comments usually use it for an operator and practically never doubled To sum up this is a proposal for two changes make the nowiki rendered with proportional font or just don t specify that it should be rendered with monospaced font add markup

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