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Nikola Can Parse That

Just for com­ple­te­ness' sake I ha­ve go­ne over Wiki­pe­dia's list of li­gh­twe­ight ma­rkup lan­gua­ges and added su­pport in Niko­la (a sta­tic si­te and blog ge­ne­ra­to­r) for a cou­ple of the­m: BB­Co­de and tx­t2­tags, whi­ch brings the num­ber of su­pported ma­rkup for­ma­ts to 7 (the others are reS­truc­tu­red tex­t, ma­rk­do­wn, HT­M­L, tex­ti­le and Wiki).

Of the list of ma­rkup lan­gua­ges, the on­ly mis­sing ones wi­th a Py­thon im­ple­men­ta­tion are As­ci­i­Doc and Ma­rk­do­wn Ex­tra.

Why bo­ther wi­th this? It's not as if the­re was so­meo­ne asking for BB­Co­de su­ppor­t. Ho­we­ve­r, one of the uses I want to su­pport is ar­chi­ving si­tes. Su­ppo­se you ha­ve a fo­rum you want to shut do­wn? I want you to be able to ar­chi­ve it (e­ven if it's so­me wo­rk) and keep the da­ta out the­re. A wiki? Sa­me thin­g.

This is a first step in that di­rec­tio­n.

jjconti / 2013-01-22 20:55:

Cool goal.

Anonymous Coward / 2013-01-24 19:33:

For Markdown Extra, have you tried with:

Roberto Alsina / 2013-01-24 19:47:

Must say I have not yet!

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