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From: Ray Leyva <maillist@es...> - 2002-10-25 17:40:11
Can you extend your twiki2html to make it twiki2xml? If so this could be a great idea, if the content creators like using the Wiki interface for creating content.
Does TWiki satisfy all the requirements presented in the earlier emails?
The simple markup language used by developers only needs to support:
Headings, sub-headings, code-blocks (html, python, psp syntax), and
probably hyperlinks (did I miss anything?).
On Fri, 25 Oct 2002 18:37:58 +0200
Stephan Diehl <stephan.diehl@...> wrote:
> > Reading through the rest of the postings I've was trying to think of a very
> > lite mark-up that was easily transformable, and I thought of YAML. Very,
> > very lite. Can be tranformed relatively easily to Xml. I still haven't
> > looked at reST, but we would still have to write the tranformation tool
> > from rest to Xml, and I don't know if that would be easier to do from
> > reST2Xml, or yaml2xml. Ian? Aaron? I can go either way for the original,
> > but there needs to be a way to take the "original" content and transform it
> > to Xml, for all the further transformation so as to be able to utilize
> > Xslt.
> As far as I can remember, reST has some internal XML representation anyway,
> so there would be no need of an additional translator.
> If you consider using something else, I'd propose the TWiki syntax. This
> would have the advantage that the content of the Webware Wiki could be used
> for other documentation purposes.
> I have already a twiki2html converter that I could extend for your purposes.
> > Ray
From: Stephan Diehl <stephan.diehl@gm...> - 2002-10-25 17:59:30
On Friday 25 October 2002 19:40, you wrote:
> Can you extend your twiki2html to make it twiki2xml? If so this could be a
> great idea, if the content creators like using the Wiki interface for
> creating content.
Sure, I could do that. But I would need to know to which DTD the mapping has
to be. And we need to decide what happens to embedded html. Should the tags
> Does TWiki satisfy all the requirements presented in the earlier emails?
I think so. The Twiki format is really just a shorthand for a subset of html.
All of the below described features are supported (plus a little bit more).
> Joel Lawhead:
> The simple markup language used by developers only needs to support:
> Headings, sub-headings, code-blocks (html, python, psp syntax), and
> probably hyperlinks (did I miss anything?).