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  • Superscript
    Good Practices Ambiguities IRC Meetings External Discussion Promotion Recent Changes Talk Index wiki node Sandbox Copyright 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 Superscript Your trail Home Escape Home Plugin Underlined Home Strike Home Quoting Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo Moved to SuperscriptAndSubscriptProposal Add

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/Superscript (2016-02-11)
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  • Subscript
    Good Practices Ambiguities IRC Meetings External Discussion Promotion Recent Changes Talk Index wiki node Sandbox Copyright 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 Subscript Your trail Home Plugin Underlined Home Strike Home Quoting Home Superscript Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo moved to SuperscriptAndSubscriptProposal Add

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/Subscript (2016-02-11)
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  • Reference
    new such markup with the proviso that any equivalent My explanation case insensitive alphanumeric only compare i e not spaces or any punctuation would result in the same number as the first To avoid lengthy repetitions of equivalent explanations the proposal makes provision for a label using the format This is the text I have to explain Label and future references to the same explanation would simply be in the form Label E g There is a clear requirement for references as proposed Proposal for references in Creole prop you need only look at a typical big wiki Wikipedia the nightmare of references by anon and anyone who argues against it clearly has a very different opinion to what is contained in this proposal prop Would produce There is a clear requirement for references as proposed 1 you need only look at a typical big wiki 2 and anyone who argues against it clearly has a very different opinion to what is contained in this proposal 1 Generating List A list is typically generated in the following format 1 Proposal for references in Creole 2 Wikipedia the nightmare of references by anon Wikipedia adds as in 2 Wikipedia the nightmare of references by anon where the is an internal link to the reference see below The mechanism for generating the list may be Automatic at the end of the page and or Precipitated The prefered mechanism for triggering a reference list is an empty reference Unfortunately this might be thought to conflict with a numbered indent However reference list will not be valid as part of a numbered list and who on earth is going to produce a numbered list starting at the fourth level Is it even valid References Links Firstly the reference may be a link so that

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/Reference (2016-02-11)
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  • Intra Page Links
    Home Quoting Home Superscript Home Subscript Home Reference Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo Intrapage links I thought it was part of the spec how to include an intrapage reference for a URL link but I could not find it Have added this page to promote discussion if this is not already part of the standard and to promote some better documenation if it is It isn t YvesPiguet 2008 Apr 28 Thanks for that Yves I was wondering why the intra page links weren t working because the same text on another version of the parser 1 would produce a tag suitable for an intra page link Wikipedia has links to each header using the name Anonymous This wiki supports it because it is a mixed mode filter and the underling JSPWiki markup supports it see Creole1 0 BoldItalics However Creole1 0 Bold Italics does not work because it has blanks in it Clearly for usability there should be a standardization of that JSPWiki and Mediawiki obviously already use the same syntax What syntax do other engines use ChristophSauer 2008 Mai 04 08 59 CEST Suggest ignoring illfitting labels except where a space should be

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/IntraPageLinks (2016-02-11)
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  • Newlines
    newline is treated as whitespace Newline Paragraph Two consecutive new lines or a newline followed by a line with only whitespace is treated as a new paragraph p p All unclosed formatting should be closed Newline in code Newlines in between and are ignored and printed as newlines Forced newline Two consecutive slashes force a newline br This does not represent the end of the paragraph and special characters following the slashes do not have the meaning at the beginning of a line I e Line One A hash produces Line One A hash Forced Paragraph Three consecutive slashes should force a new paragraph p p This does not represent a normal end of paragraph formatting should continue and special characters following the slashes do not have the meaning at the beginning of a line I e Line One A hash produces Line One A hash Check does HTML allow strong p p strong New Line in tables and lists A new line in a table or a list has a special meaning in that it marks the end of one row Ignore new line in tables and lists Because a newline has a special meaning in a table or list and because some tables and lists are too long with e g links to display on one line it is necessary to have a newline which is ignored by the Creole parser This could either be a tilda at the end of a line i e only whitespaces after or in line with it could be I e This is table text http www example com jhlkj fasdfdsa fdsf donuts php table 9732984 donut which goes on http www example com jhlkj fasdfdsa fdsf peanut php table 9732984 peanut and on http www example com jhlkj fasdfdsa fdsf rabbit

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/Newlines (2016-02-11)
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  • Magic Words
    this wiki are called magic words by mediawiki software designers that is data substituted at edit time as signature as date or at render time so called MAGICWORDS are poorly provided in the syntax Without complicating may I suggest a structure in the creole schema to handle such arbitrary words as the wiki designer creole user might wish to create Common Magic Words Signature DateTime Both in combination Suggestions Syntax

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/MagicWords (2016-02-11)
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  • Hard Space
    Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Hard Space Your trail Subscript Home Reference Home IntraPageLinks Home Newlines Home MagicWords Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo Hard Space There are many instances where a space is removed by default which a user may want for formatting purposes There is therefore a clear need for a creole representation of the nbsp HTML character

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/HardSpace (2016-02-11)
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  • HTML
    preserved An engine which would do so could probably still be qualified to be Creole compliant if this means anything Wikicreole org wasn t Creole compliant last time I checked a few weeks ago you shouldn t try to duplicate its current behavior Note this should eventually be moved to a talk page YvesPiguet 2008 Apr 28 Yves the real question I m asking is what processing ought to happen on the text input by the user WHEN that text includes HTML which will affect the output displayed and or affect the whole creole page if e g a table element is included Not explicitly stating the pre processing environment required by the creole specification is a bit like selling venomous snakes in a supermarket expecting the customer to know that venomous snakes can kill I take it the specification would say All html special characters should be escaped prior to parsing by creole in which case any special characters in the Creole specification should refer to the escaped characters and not to the original raw characters Isonomia 2008 Apr 28 The translator must care about the output format it should escape less than ampersand and double quote in HTML and XML it produces or backslash percent and a few other characters for TeX output or backslash and brace for RTF output or parenthesis for Postscript output etc But some engines might prefer to pass HTML constructs as is to permit the author to use features not supported natively in Creole In that case filtering unsafe HTML constructs might be wise YvesPiguet 2008 Apr 29 Yves the specification isn t very helpful when it comes to deciding what needs to be filtered and what does not E g when text is included as a hyperlink but isn t a full URL should it be escaped or should it be urlencoded Isonomia I m implementing the Creole spec for Ruby and came across the same issue It makes sense to me that by default HTML is escaped however strictly no HTML is not pragmatic I d like an allow HTML block Using triple braces denotes a nowiki block and perhaps we could use something similar as it feels like a similar idea like triple brackets to denote an html block b bold b works here but b bold b does not work here but b works here b Note that it can work block or inline I can t think of any situation where an accidental triple bracketing would occur The only situations where this might happen at all is in code but my guess is this would be triple braced for code anyways SunnyHirai 2008 Jun 11 One way to incorporate HTML into an implementation could be through a macro html b bold b works here html but b bold b does not work here but html b works here b html This is the direction I ve been going with Creoparser py I ve made a little tutorial about

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/wiki/HTML (2016-02-11)
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