Creole (markup)creole markup language, greek markup
Creole is a lightweight markup language, aimed at being a common markup language for wikis, enabling and simplifying the transfer of content between different wiki engines The idea was conceived during a workshop at the 2007 International Symposium on Wikis An EBNF grammar and XML interchange format for Creole have also been published Creole was designed by comparing major wiki engines and using the most common markup for a particular wikitext element If no commonality was found, the wikitext of the dominant wiki engine MediaWiki was usually chosen
On July 4, 2007, the version 10 final of Creole was released, and a two-year development freeze was implemented to allow time for authors of wiki engines to adopt the new markup Although development to the standard itself is frozen, discussion in the developer community regarding good practices in wiki markup design and about possible additions and changes for future Creole versions continues
As of 2012, adoption of Creole is limited Many wiki systems offer it as an option, but few use it by default and few wiki websites enable this optional feature
- 1 Creole syntax examples
- 2 Support in engines
- 3 References
- 4 External links
Creole syntax examples
Emphasized text://emphasized// eg, italics strongly emphasized eg, bold
Lists:Bullet list Second item Sub item # Numbered list # Second item ## Sub item
Links:Link to ] ]
Headings: closing equals signs are optional= Extra-large heading == Large heading === Medium heading ==== Small heading
Tables:|= |= table |= header | | a | table | row | | b | table | row |
Support in engines
As of early 2011, wiki engines that have implemented full or partial support for Creole include Liferay, Djiki, DokuWiki, Ikiwiki, MoinMoin, Oddmuse, PhpWiki, PmWiki, TiddlyWiki, and XWiki However, Creole is not necessarily the default syntax in these wiki engines
Creole 10 is the default syntax in Bitbucket wikis, which also support some Creole 10 additions
- ^ Chuck Smith "Wiki Creole Press Release" wikicreoleorg Retrieved 30 November 2008
- ^ Sauer, Christoph; Chuck Smith; Tomas Benz 2007 "Wiki Creole: A Common Markup" PDF Proceedings of the 2007 International Symposium on Wikis ACM Press pp 131–142 Retrieved 2008-11-30
- ^ Martin Junghans; Dirk Riehle; Rama Gurram; Matthias Kaiser; Mario Lopes; Umit Yalcinalp 2007 "An EBNF grammar for Wiki Creole 10" pdf ACM SIGWEB Newsletter Association for Computing Machinery 2007 Winter: 4 doi:101145/13249601324964 ISSN 1931-1745 Retrieved 2008-11-30
- ^ Martin Junghans; Dirk Riehle; Umit Yalcinalp 2007 "An XML interchange format for Wiki Creole 10" PDF ACM SIGWEB Newsletter Association for Computing Machinery 2007 Winter: 4 doi:101145/13249601324965 ISSN 1931-1745 Retrieved 2008-11-30
- ^ "Creole 10" WikiCreole Retrieved 2014-01-25
- ^ "WikiCreole: Engines" WikiCreole Retrieved 2008-12-01
- ^ "Use a wiki" Atlassian Documentation Retrieved 2014-01-25
- Creole 10 Homepage
- Creole 20 Discussion Homepage
- WikiSym 2006 Workshop: Wiki Markup Standard archived web page
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