What would I need to edit at DynamicTextFormattingHelp to make it work under Portland? Where in the file does it go?
I basically don't like this solution, actually. I just want one markup method. Preferably one that is a superset, to the extent reasonable.
For instance, both DL style tables, and old markup style tables. Heck, even standard HTML tables, too.
As for new lines, why can't a new line be a new line (under most conditions)?
Anyhow, lots of thoughts, but mostly just a vague wish that these things didn't take so much time..., or, moreover, that I was more sophisticated about PHP, as I honestly don't know where to put that DynamicTextFormattingHelp, and "oh, we could just do such-and-such" always feels a little more daunting to me than to many of you on this list.
Also, tonight I got a little jealous looking at some other wikis. Colors to indicate whether the page is editable:
Cool hierarchical structure (a good thing?)
I mostly point out the piclab.com site, because I like the way he did the documentation there. I was thinking about something along those lines. (see the table)
I'm sticking with phpwiki. Only so much time in the world. But I do want to get to one markup method...
I love wikis.... wikis are wonderful...
---------- Original Message ---------------
From: Matti Airas <mairas@...>
Date: Tue, 12 Nov 2002 23:12:24 +0200
>I recently announced documentation for the new formatting rules (see the
>archives for the whole thread, maybe a week ago). The version is
>available at http://mairas.net/wiki/NewTextFormattingRules. See also
>http://mairas.net/wiki/DynamicTextFormattingHelp. Please edit them as
>you see fit.
>Jeff, should I consider the old emphasis markup obsolete or not? That
>is, should I fix NewTextFormattingRules to use the old-style markup, or
>do you think the new markup is going to get reliable enough for real use?
>Maybe there could be a configuration option to disable UI for the old
>markup altogether? That way new setups would avoid the markup hassle
>altogether. In that case all pages in pgsrc would have to be translated
>to new markup, though.
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