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From Nicola Ken Barozzi <>
Subject Re: .cwiki question
Date Thu, 06 Feb 2003 15:30:24 GMT

Stephan Michels wrote, On 06/02/2003 15.17:
> On Thu, 6 Feb 2003, Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:
>>Cathy Zura wrote, On 06/02/2003 7.59:
>>>I was able to display the cwiki file now, though I had to change it
>>>slightly. It was choking on the
>>>[] link. I removed the /forrest/ and it
>>Ah, yes, it chokes on this:
>>   []
>>                         ^
>>If I use
>>   []
>>it works.
>>It seems we need to tweak the wiki parsing. Stephan, what do you suggest
>>about usinf the new Chaperon? Can we use a more comprehensive and
>>complete wiki grammar? What are the things to do to switch to the new
> There aren't many things todo, if you're using the text format for the
> grammar.
> There will be some problem the mime-type, because I'm now use XMLizer
> to create an XML stream of a text file. So you had to specify a mime type
> mapping cwiki -> plain/text.
> But for the CLI, there is no way to do this, I think. Perhaps you know
> a possibility.

I'm lost on this one, could you please explain again? Thanks :-)

>>>Is the editing working in this
>>>version? I didn't see anything that would put in editing links.
>>No, it's not working yet. It's possible to create new wiki pages and
>>have them saved, but it's very draft.
> Do you want a more similar Wiki syntax like wiki.cocoon....?


> Gimme some days and I will check this.

Yeah! :-D

Make it the same syntax as the SubWiki (Subversion wiki) and it will be 
really coool. Imagine, we could make the site out of the wiki contents :-)

Nicola Ken Barozzi         
             - verba volant, scripta manent -
    (discussions get forgotten, just code remains)

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