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  • Creole 0.2
    before and afterwards immediately following an unordered list element a line above will be treated as a nested unordered list element Otherwise it will be treated as the beginning of bold text Also note that bold and or italics cannot span lines in a list Unordered Lists Creole Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Recommended XHTML ul li 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 Creole 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 Only three different sized levels of headings are required Closing right side equal signs are optional If both left side and right side equal signs exist the left side takes precedence Whitespace is not allowed before the left side equal signs Only whitespace characters are permitted after the closing equal signs No linebreaks are allowed within headings this includes logical linebreaks made by using a backslash at the end of a line for example Bold italics links and preformatted text are allowed in headings Creole Level 2 largest Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Also level 3 Also level 3 Also level 3 not parsed Recommended XHTML h2 Level 2 largest 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 strong not strong em parsed em h3 Internal and External Links Links should not be allowed to contain a linebreak Any markup except for images within a link will not be parsed Creole link MyBigPage Go to my page http www wikicreole org http www 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 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 Visit the WikiCreole website Weird Stuff Paragraphs Blank line makes paragraph 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 Linebreaks Treat line breaks as line breaks Best practice line continuations made with backslash at end of line This rule is optional If implementing a mixed native creole mode Creole This is the first line This is the second line Recommended XHTML p This is the first

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  • Creole 0.1
    and afterwards immediately following an unordered list element a line above will be treated as a nested unordered list element Otherwise it will be treated as the beginning of bold text Also note that bold and or italics cannot span lines in a list Unordered Lists Creole Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Recommended XHTML ul li 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 Creole 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 Only three different sized levels of headings are required Closing right side equal signs are optional If both left side and right side equal signs exist the left side takes precedence Whitespace is not allowed before the left side equal signs Only whitespace characters are permitted after the closing equal signs No linebreaks are allowed within headings this includes logical linebreaks made by using a backslash at the end of a line for example Bold italics links and preformatted text are allowed in headings Creole Level 2 largest Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Also level 3 Also level 3 Also level 3 not parsed Recommended XHTML h2 Level 2 largest 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 strong not strong em parsed em h3 Internal and External Links Links should not be allowed to contain a linebreak Any markup within a link will not be parsed Creole link MyBigPage Go to my page http www wikicreole org http www 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 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 Visit the WikiCreole website Weird Stuff Paragraphs Blank line makes paragraph 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 Linebreaks Treat line breaks as line breaks Best practice line continuations made with backslash at end of line This rule is optional If implementing a mixed native creole mode Creole This is the first line This is the second line Recommended XHTML p This is the first line br This is

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  • Creole 0.1 Test Cases
    read We try to put as many assumptions of creole into the validation cases below Simply copy this into the sandbox of your favorite wiki and see if it works This a test for creole 0 1 1 This is a Subheading 2 Subsub 3 Subsubsub 4 You can make things bold or italic or both Character formatting extends across line breaks bold this is still bold This line deliberately does not end in star star Not bold Character formatting does not cross paragraph boundaries You can use InternalLinks or http www wikicreole org external Links give the link a InternalLinks different name Here s another sentence This Wisdom is taken from Ward Cunninghams http www c2 com doc wikisym WikiSym2006 pdf Presentation at the Wikisym 06 Here s a external link without a description http www wikicreole org you can use this to draw a line to seperate the page you can format a adress by simply adding linebreaks My contact dates Pone xyz Fax 45 Mobile abc You can use lists start it at the first column for now please unnumbered lists are like item a item b bold item c or you can number them item a

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  • Creole 0.1 Test Cases 2
    and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Creole 0 1 Test Cases 2 Your trail ChangeLinebreakMarkupProposal Home Creole0 3 Home Creole0 2 Home Creole0 1 Home Creole0 1TestCases Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo Note that this is a Creole Test Page and won t display correctly at wikicreole org Headings Heading2 Heading3 Heading4 Heading5 Heading2 Heading3 Heading4 Heading5 Heading2 Heading3 Heading4 Heading5 Bold and Italic bold italic bolditalic A normal sentence A bold sentence that continues in bold over a line break And another normal sentence A normal sentence A bold sentence that is not terminated by star star but is instead is terminated by a paragraph break A normal sentence A normal sentence An italic sentence that continues in italic over a line break And another normal sentence A normal sentence An italic sentence that is not terminated by slash slash but is instead is terminated by a paragraph break A normal sentence Preformatted text Normal text preformatted text Normal text A block of preformatted text Links explicitlink explicitlinkTitle http www wikicreole org Wiki Creole Site Misc A horizontal rule follows Lists bulleted list bullet 2 bullet level

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  • Versions
    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 Creole0 2 Creole0 3 Creole0 4 Creole0 5 Creole0 6 Creole0 7 Creole1 0 Creole1 0Grammars Creole1 0TestCases HyphenListMarkupProposal ProportionalFontNowikiProposal ReleasePolicy RequireSpaceAfterBulletProposal Tables Difference between version 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 and 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 54 53 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10

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  • WikiCreole: Login
    you used to register with here Account email Wanna login Sign in to public creole Don t have an account Join public creole now Create a new user profile Login name Password Password verify Name Use your name in Access Control Lists or wiki Groups E mail address optional If you lose your password you can ask to have a new random password sent to this address Captcha This wiki

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  • the first line and this is the second Rationale blog style vs wiki style There was a long discussion Talk Change Linebreak Markup Proposal 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 Paragraphs and Line Breaks Reasoning More details Lists List items begin with a or a at the beginning of a line Whitespace is optional before and after the or characters however a space is required afterwards if the list element starts with bold text A list item ends at the line which begins with a or character next item or sublist blank line heading table or nowiki block like paragraphs it can span multiple lines and contain line breaks forced with It is recommended to have support for a depth of at least five levels of nesting Bold italics links and nowiki can be used in list items but they cannot span several list items About unordered lists and bold a line starting with including optional whitespace before and afterwards immediately following any list element on a line above will be treated as a nested unordered list element Otherwise it will be treated as the beginning of bold text Unordered Lists Creole Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Recommended XHTML ul li Item 1 ul li Item 1 1 li ul li li Item 2 li ul Sample Output Item 1 Item 1 1 Item 2 Rationale A large majority of wiki engines use an asterisk to denote bullet lists The multiple asterisk approach for sublists was the first wiki syntax for sublists Users do not need to count leading spaces like in markups where a sublist level is determined by the number of its leading spaces Optional leading spaces can be used to make the Creole markup clearer if the author wishes so Lists Reasoning More details Ordered Lists Creole 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 Rationale The number sign is used for ordered lists in most wikis Lists Reasoning More details Horizontal Rule Whitespace is optional before and after the hyphens but no whitespace is allowed between them The four hyphens must

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  • Talk.Creole 1.0
    implicitly put in the examples that if there is an opening double slash without a closing double slash then it would be rendered as just a double slash without italic markup However since then many developers have coded the functionality that an opening double slash would just start italics and it will automatically close at the end of the paragraph Is this worth changing I hate to change things now so close to when we planned 1 0 to go live but then again it will be frozen for 2 years I am now going back to the spec to fix the monospace preformatted nowiki inconsistency Chuck Smith 2007 Jun 12 Automatic closing on paragraph end enables one pass parsers without the requirement to parse complete paragraphs before generating any output That s why I think it s a good thing YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 12 Many things remain unclear in the current Creole 1 0 draft I have answered you as a subpoint under each appropriate item Chuck Smith 2007 Jun 12 Some block markup must be aligned on the left headings some must not list items and some lack information block preformatted any justification Do you mean justification as in alignment of text or as in reasoning of why we did it that way CS I think it would be easier to remember if there is a general rule with maybe an exception with good explicit explanation For instance all block markup should be left aligned except list items where indenting makes multilevel lists easier to read and titles where the optional end tags are on the same line In the current draft for headings it s written that whitespace is not allowed before the left side equal signs for lists and horizontal rules that whitespace is optional before and after the or characters for tables no indication and for block preformatted I guess it s more or less implicit that spaces aren t permitted before braces YP Escape character introduction should be rewritten it would be useful it would certainly never escape Mix between escape nonalphanumeric certainly never escape if followed by an alphanumeric character escape any single character recommendation for camelCase escape markup only trigger if you use it in combination with a character that has special meaning in creole and ad hoc Also note that tildes within URLs should not be escaped Rewrote section on escape character to make it clearer CS Could you add that a tilde does not escape alphanumeric characters and blanks general rules which makes URL stuff useless except before camelCase useful exception for some wikis and remove completely the part related to existing markup Or may I do it That s the way I interpret all the polls and discussions YP It isn t specified if escape characters are recognized inside nowiki and preformatted I fear they are What about double tilde I think we should not interpret escape characters within nowiki except for the closing triple braces Do you agree If so I can change the spec to make this clearer CS I d prefer no exception since then one should add double tilde and all fragments where a tilde appears couldn t be used verbatim Triple closing braces in the middle of nowiki are rare enough that one can end a nowiki fragment and start a new one like some unlikely fragment to be rendered as some unlikely fragment where I ve replaced braces with parenthesis to make sure this sample will always be rendered as I want it now tildes are much more frequent YP If tildes aren t interpreted as escape characters in preformatted nowiki which I m not the only one to wish removed escaping closing nowiki triple curly brackets should be reverted I think it would be best if only the closing triple curly brackets could be escaped within a nowiki and that tildes cannot escape anything else in a nowiki block What do you think CS Same as above if you want to use tildes to escape braces you must also have a way to escape tildes and it complicates the description a lot and the implementation but it s less of a problem YP An escape character can be escaped by putting a space after it since a space cannot be escaped wrong this would be rendered as tilde space instead of a single tilde for a truly escaped tilde We had agreed before that a space could escape an escape character but perhaps this is no longer a good idea since we have now chosen the tilde instead of a backslash Do you agree CS You mean tilde space would be rendered as a tilde That s backward escaping one more exception I d rather avoid YP What does added escape character to core as requested in Creole 1 0 Poll with exception to URLs mean It meant that tildes would be escape characters but would have no effect within URLs which was unspecified before CS But since there are other exceptions spaces alphanumeric in nowiki preformatted it d be clearer not to mention it here YP May an implementation which fixes all these issues still be named Creole I believe so CS YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 12 Yves your recommendations sound reasonable so I would ask that you edit the spec directly with your corrections and then we can see if anyone complains I think if I saw your recommendations in the spec it would help to see what you want to change There s always the revert button but I think you ll be conservative in your edits Thanks Afterwards we ll probably drop the acceptance date back another week to give others a chance to respond ChuckSmith 2007 June 12 Ok thanks I ve done it I ve also rephrased optional markup interpreting in headings slightly less negative and removed This is the only new markup introduced in Creole in the placeholder section not relevant anymore imo There are still the leading spaces before the four hyphens for horizontal rules which I m not sure about YvesPiguet 2007 June 12 I approve your changes ChuckSmith 2007 June 12 Chuck Smith wrote I had implicitly put in the examples that if there is an opening double slash without a closing double slash then it would be rendered as just a double slash without italic markup Okay I didn t find it but is this really a good idea to have several meanings of the markup depending on the text following somewhere far behind IMHO it s the worst issue of the specification Martin Junghans 2007 06 12 Martin thanks for your comments Not sure if you know but there was an early attempt to provide a context free grammar for Creole It was before I joined the Creole community For whatever reasons the original author I believe has written it off as a failed attempt It was an interesting direction but was not pursued On the subject of compiler tools I was able to create a reasonable state chart for an earlier version of Creole using the Ragel State Machine Compiler IMO it is entirely possible to generate parsers for the current Creole specification using grammar and or state machine definitions with these types of tools I d be opposed to changing the spec now to accomodate another attempt to provide a formal grammar for Creole MarkWharton 2007 06 13 Yves thanks for all your hard work on the spec It looks much better The escape character description is logical and clear It makes sense to keep things simple but how would you feel about adding a small note describing the greedy rule for nowiki and the space escape for block preformatted I d feel more comfortable if that was specified too MarkWharton 2007 06 13 Thanks Yves Generally I d avoid this kind of sentences as they contrast the Extensible by omission goal Whitespace is not allowed before the left side equal signs I agree syntax can be simplified making it stricter but implementations should be free to extend it Michele Tomaiuolo 2007 06 13 Thanks for the kind words I ve added the escaping rules of Add No Wiki Escape Proposal The sample code isn t rendered correctly yet by the current engine Michele I did it to be consistent with other places where whitespace was specified explicitly forbidden before headings explicitly permitted before horizontal rules and lists YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 13 1 Escaping recommendation for WikiWords I think this scenario should be covered But I don t like the current recommendation because it contradicts the general escaping rule which says that the tilde followed by a letter does not escape Such discrepancies in behavior limit interoperability between Creole engines A Creole engine with WikiWord support would render these words without the tildes whereas a pure Creole engine would render them with the tilde 2 Escaping free standing URLs Shouldn t it be possible to escape free standing URLs too to prevent them from becoming a link 3 Closing braces in inline nowiki I m not really satisfied with the current escaping rule because it only works at the end of the nowiki text It is not possible to include escape three or more closing braces anywhere within the inline nowiki text OliverHorn 2007 06 13 1 2 Very good points I will try to add them to the spec then you can check to see that I added them as you wish 3 Can you see when it would be useful to escape triple curly braces in inline text It seems like it is such a rare case that if it were that important in a specific case users would be able to do it in block nowiki ChuckSmith 2007 Jun 14 3 The current ways to do it inline are with two consecutive inline nowikis or with the escape character outside nowiki If you support a more general escape mechanism in nowiki you either need to escape the escape character itself painful since tildes are common in many programming languages and nowiki is especially well suited to code fragments or to have more exceptions I much prefer the current rules YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 14 I don t like the way wikis which don t support camelcase autolinks should still recognize camelcase words following tildes I suggest the following rules Outside nowiki preformatted and URL the escape character only escapes the character immediately following it provided that it is not a blank space or line feed The escape character disables the automatic conversion of URL to links and any similar mechanism supported by the wiki engine camelcase wikiwords copyright sign etc Unix paths where the tilde usually represents the home directory would have to be escaped but this is not a big problem since they re likely to be put in inline nowiki anyway And we can t be expected to handle automatically all situations where some syntactic construct of a language or shell might collide with Creole YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 14 Escaping an url is easy http something Michele Tomaiuolo 2007 06 14 Yves I modified your add to the Escaping Nowiki I agree that it is useful to not use tilde in nowiki to escape but using a completely different mechanism now that we have a general escaping mechanism agreed upon feels odd I think saying Tilde does not escape in nowiki except with use on three closing curly braces is much simpler to understand furthermore it is not new JSPWiki uses it ChristophSauer 2007 Jun 16 14 48 CEST Michele the URL escaping via http may work but it is not very intuitive I personally like the rule that a tilde in front of a link i e a URL or a WikiWord disables the link behavior Two address Yves concern about the current recommendation that engines not supporting WikiWords should still recognize them I think that engines whether or not they support WikiWords should behave equally But maybe we could cover these cases in a general way by a slight change to the escape rule Why not saying that a tilde at a beginning of word always escapes If it is a link then the tilde will additionally disables the link behavior OliverHorn 2007 06 16 16 33 using tilde with three closing curly braces as an exception simplifies rules no because then you must escape the escape sign and we had already limited the escape scope to a single character What s wrong with the previous rules greedy nowiki and leading spaces YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 16 I would tend to agree with Yves here and would like to change it back where a leading space before the triple curly quote escapes it Would anyone object to going back to this way of escaping the end of a nowiki block ChuckSmith 2007 Jun 16 Chuck I have no objection whatsoever The greedy nowiki and leading spaces rules are my preference These two rules as presented in AddNoWikiEscapeProposal allow the most flexibility with minimum side effects It is the natural complement to an escape character everywhere else There is the one special case as Oliver points out above 3 Closing braces in inline nowiki However this can be accomodated by closing the inline nowiki and immediately opening a new inline nowiki An optimizing parser could even factor this in to produce seamless one span nowiki output if it is considered an issue MarkWharton 2007 06 17 I agree too The changed rules seem to be broken because there is no way to escape the tilde itself but that s needed if it is used as escape character Yves suggestion for the inline nowiki with greedy rule to do it with two consecutive inline nowikis is fine for me OliverHorn 2007 06 17 Christoph I restored version 26 because I m concerned that the escape character for nowiki preformatted is getting off track What you re proposing doesn t work and you re also making small changes here and there without considering the impact to the other areas of the document It s not a criticism of you so please don t be upset I ll be travelling in the next couple of days and wanted to reset things around the agreed solution before heading off I admit it s a little harsh and not like me to restore a version like this However I believe the general opinion here is that the greedy nowiki and leading spaces rules are the correct solution and so we should be working more with that If I m wrong then please accept my apologies and restore to a later version Hopefully see everyone in the planned IRC meeting on Tuesday night my Wednesday morning MarkWharton 2007 06 18 So what do we decide about Multiline List Items It seems there are very few wiki engines supporting multiline paragraphs but not multiline list items Anyone opposed to the proposal YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 18 For the nowiki escape Whatever What do you mean by multiline paragraphs ChristophSauer 2007 Jun 18 21 53 CEST Wiki like line breaks which were chosen for Creole see ChangeLinebreakMarkupProposal The same rule would apply to list items YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 18 I am indifferent to Multiline List Items and am afraid it might break some existing wikis when they introduce Creole into them I know Alex Shroeder is for this change but don t know how others stand Any other opinions on whether we should introduce this into Creole 1 0 ChuckSmith 2007 Jun 19 I don t find the way the escape character is described very satisfactory I mostly agree on the mechanism What about what I proposed above on Jun 14th remove alphanumeric exception but add a single exception for URLs What I wrote about paths isn t very relevant because the most common use of tildes there is before a slash where it would need to be doubled anyway not before a username Should we add this to the agenda for tonight YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 19 I m not sure about the change However the removal of the alphanumeric exception will also solve the WikiWord escaping problem A tilde at the beginning of a word will always escape the first character and hence the behavior is independent of the engine s support for WikiWords We still need the rule that the tilde disables the linking behavior OliverHorn 2007 06 19 Isn t it the same The point is to solve wikiwords urls and engine specific autoconversion smileys etc simultaneously YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 19 I didn t propose the alphanumeric exception so I am not sure why this exception was initially made I favor a general rule which covers all these problem cases so nothing against the change from me Multiline list items I like the idea behind it but it creates another BoldAndListsAmbiguity ambiguity How do you distinguish a 2nd level list item from a 1st level list item continuation starting with bold OliverHorn 2007 06 19 I ve made the escape modification we discussed earlier this morning CEST trying to be clearer The following character is rendered as is and cannot be a part of any Creole markup I think the escape character section should come immediately before or after the section on nowiki YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 20 Have you ever talked about invisible text comments I think it may be useful to have this What do you think Martin Junghans 2007 06 24 I agree but it s probably too late You can have a plugin for that comment Plugins will also be required for metadata YvesPiguet 2007 Jun 25 I m back online with some time to talk Sorry to miss the meeting last week it looks like it went reasonably well I read through the log Unfortunately I wasn t able to get a connection I m still travelling but will be back into my normal routines and desk

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