I've recently realized that "CodePress" is a real time syntax
highlighting editor (with LGPL), and it seems to desinged so far for
firefox, msie, and opera.
Would "wiki syntax" highlighting be a plus for users that need to find
their way through a complex wiki page already created?
I've had a look at the languages recognized and they seem to be defined
with a few regular expressions, so it might not be that difficult for
someone who can read/write regexpr to create a syntax highligher for the
wiki syntax in Tiki.
(or for yaml in profiles; or for tracker field syntax while exporting
and importing them)
FYI, the current project seems quite dead right now on sourceforge, and
some people in its forum were talking about moving it to github to
Opinions? Is it worth the effort, taken into account that it's LGPL, if
it's not very difficult to extend?
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