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  • Creole Additions
    Creole Additions Additions Code Highlighting Proposal Creole 0 7 Creole Core And Additions Proposal Elements Extensible Formatting Element Proposal Generic Extension Element Proposal Home Left Menu Move Tables To Additions Proposal Native Creole News blogentry 280207 1 Proportional Font Nowiki Proposal Proposals Superscript And Subscript Proposal Talk Creole 1 0 Talk Creole Additions Talk Extensible By Omission Talk Extensible Formatting Element Proposal Talk Gregor Hagedorn Talk Images Reasoning Talk Indentation Markup Proposal Talk XHTML Attributes Proposal Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Outgoing links CreoleAdditions GenericExtensionElementProposal HintsOnExtending MediaWiki SuperscriptAndSubscriptProposal Talk CreoleAdditions TextFormattingRules Difference between version 68 67 66 65 64 63 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 68 67 66 65 64 63 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 At line 28 changed one line http www wikimatrix org syntax php i 28 http www wikimatrix org syntax php i 26 Pagination Previous 1 2 3 4 all Total items 68 Version Date Modified Size Author Changes Change note 68 26 Sep 2008 22 52 4 767 kB 134 65 2 117 to previous 67 29 Feb 2008 16 15 4 767 kB YvesPiguet to previous to last Discussion

    Original URL path: http://wikicreole.org/Diff.jsp?page=CreoleAdditions&r1=68&r2=67 (2016-02-11)
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  • native wiki engine into a Placeholder This implementation mode is explained in the prototype page Native Creole Good for new software new wiki engines or other software that need a lightweight markup language It can be useful to see implementation scenarios Some examples were discussed at WikiSym 06 and can be found on the prototypes see also Engines implementing planning to implement creole Wikis supporting creole using creole as their

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  • Talk.Implementation
    Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH view find Quick search type ahead Recent Searches Clear Talk Implementation Your trail Keyboards Home HyphensAndDashes Home HardLineBreaks Home Talk CreoleAdditions Home HintsOnExtending Home View Page Discussion V iew A ttach I nfo I ve moved this Implementation mode to here for discussion Either someone writes an article that is compatible with the spirit of creole which basically says that there is no really bad syntax out there but what is bad is that here is no unified syntax Or if no one comes up with a clear definition that fits in nicely with the other two modes then I think it is better to take it out to avoid confusion Gradual Alignment improve bad syntax from your markup with more user friendly syntax from Creole Every small improvement is a big step One problem I see is that Creole should not say what is bad syntax So thanks for the kind words Every small improvement is a big step but we have to be careful ChristophSauer 2007 05 05 How about native creole approach RadomirDopieralski 2007 May 05 Yes thats missing but does Gradual Alignment mean that ChristophSauer 2007 05

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  • Implementation
    created on 25 Aug 2006 17 15 by Christoph Sauer Only authorized users are allowed to rename pages Only authorized users are allowed to delete pages Incoming links Implementation C 2 Creole Edit Creole Mode Home JSP Wiki Left Menu Media Wiki Midgard Wiki Mixed Mode Purple Wiki Screw Turn Socialtext T Wiki Talk Bold And Italics Talk Change Linebreak Markup Proposal Talk Multiline List Items Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware Outgoing links Implementation EBNFGrammarForCreole1 0 EditCreoleMode Engines Goals MixedMode NativeCreole Placeholder Prototype TextEditors Troubleshooting WikiSym WikisSupportingCreole Pagination Previous 1 2 all Total items 38 Version Date Modified Size Author Changes Change note 38 07 Mar 2008 00 51 1 419 kB RadomirDopieralski to previous restore 37 06 Mar 2008 21 46 0 092 kB 217 221 90 178 to previous to last orwcueggqr 36 23 Jan 2008 18 29 1 419 kB 207 105 30 44 to previous to last 35 13 Nov 2007 13 54 1 153 kB ChristophSauer to previous to last two three 34 29 Oct 2007 16 06 1 151 kB RadomirDopieralski to previous to last restore 33 29 Oct 2007 16 04 1 164 kB 85 214 126 154 to previous to last 32 25 Oct 2007 13 46 1 151 kB RadomirDopieralski to previous to last cleanup 31 25 Oct 2007 04 13 1 167 kB 207 248 164 199 to previous to last 30 25 Oct 2007 01 41 1 151 kB 203 109 157 96 to previous to last minor editing to make sense 29 21 Oct 2007 21 31 1 187 kB 209 71 201 81 to previous to last restore 28 21 Oct 2007 20 34 1 197 kB 122 252 226 40 to previous to last 27 16 Oct 2007 15 19 1 187 kB ChuckSmith to previous to

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  • Mixed Mode
    Implementation of Creole markup in an existing wiki engine The basic idea is to allow both the native wiki markup and the Creole markup to coexist on the pages preferably with the Creole markup slowly replacing the native one where possible Creole is being designed specially to allow such an implementation in most popular wiki engines In particular we try to avoid any markup or rules that are different across many engines and that can create conflicts Where there are unresolvable conflicts there are several possible solutions The first and preferred way is to just leave the more advanced and non critical issues out of the standard and allow the wikis to handle them with their native markup This is the ExtensibleByOmission rule Second way when there are several competing but not conflicting markups is to allow them all interchangeably That is for example used in the heading markup where trailing characters are optional Third way is the hardest one for us when there are several competing conflicting markups and the feature is too important and common to leave out we need to make a decision and choose one of them This is the case with the link syntax at

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  • Edit Creole Mode
    use see NativeCreole This only works with new wikis however In this option implementers would have to write converters in case they would like to switch existing wikis to creole in case pages are stored in wiki markup directly It is one of the mission statements of creole to not replace existing markups but to be a second markup wikis can offer visitors from other engines At the WMS Workshop therefore a second option was discussed that let wikis with a huge amount of existing pages like for example Wikipedia easily migrate to creole This second option offers users two edit page links one offers the page in native markup the other offers the user the page in creole markup While the first edit link is intended for native speakers long time users of this this wiki the second one is intended for new visitors that only speak creole Native markup elements that are not supported in creole and therefore cannot be transfered from the native markup to creole will be displayed with the Placeholder element of creole The Prototype page tries to explain this concept in more detail If people new to wikis hopefully only have to learn one

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  • Prototype
    edit view cycle I demonstrated the meaning of the placeholder with this application at the WMS workshop The Remove Placeholder Proposal shows that it was not explained good enough here on this wiki so far I hope this simulation helps you to understand the concept better ChristophSauer 2007 02 23 At the end of the page there are to variants of edit buttons If you click on the edit buttons you will see the wiki markup code of the page below the line it actually only forwards you to another wiki page displaying the code in nowiki markup that s why it is a simulation If you click on Easy Edit you will see that the Placeholder markup is actually intended for the edit mode only where it hides complicated code from the user The user knows that there is a table plugin etc He can move it around in edit mode but will not be confused by it s markup he does not know the gibberish code Placeholders therefore have no formatting effect We therefore have to distinguish between placeholder markup and plugin macro extension markup term is engine specific in the future The both terms where obviously confused Placeholder is edit only and does not format any markup while a plugin markup indeed formats something to the output assuming x would be placeholder markup x would be plugin markup edit area content Hello CapitalizePlugin text World web page content Hello WORLD Placeholder hides the gibberish of the plugin code from the user in easy edit mode edit area content Hello plugin 1 web page content Hello WORLD What the content of the placeholder should be has not yet been discussed I guess this can be left to the implementation For a user not familiar with the advanced features

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  • Native Creole
    I nfo Native creole that means creole as the only language for a wiki is the third alternative It is suited for new software new wiki engines or other software that need a lightweight markup language Existing wiki engines could offer administrators the choice with which markup to run new wikis Wiki Communities that are set up the first time where no pages already exist then could use creole as

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