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Ruby Wiki Plus: TWiki Markup List and Text

This is not for public consumption, at least at this point, just a page for me to play with / test.

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TWiki Markup Test

Pasting in some TWiki markup to begin a list of all available TWiki markup and test it for "ideosyncracies" (like, must the "|" for a table be in the first column of a line?). In fact, | lets see | if this renders | as a table. |

TWiki

Only at beginning or as first "token" on a line

Also, the same plus !! (anywhere on line, or anywhere in text--text before is in TOC, text after is not, iirc)

blank line to separate paragraphs (consecutive lines are concatenated)

  • Level 1 bulleted list
    • Level 2 bulleted list
...
  1. Level 1 numbered list
    1. Level 2 numbered list
...

1 can be many other things (1, A, a, I, i, and at least for numbers, can be any (single digit??) integer meaning the sequence will start from there.

Definition list
definition

Sushi
Japan $Dim Sum: S.F.

word[ 2ndWord]: definition

To here (Headings automatically create an anchor with the first x characters of the heading, with spaces replaced by _)

... (Currently these must be on lines by themselves, and, if after a table, you must skip a line after the table before this--do I want to maintain these limitations?)

Anywhere in a line

[[][]]

 
(Substitute
 and 
, but don't do any TWiki expansion/substitution.)

<, >, &, &3c; (??), etc. (But < and > work if the only things on a line, and < > works as well)

(and many other TWiki variables, some user defined) (Set ...)

*word or phrase*[.,;:"'?...] bold _word or phrase_[.,;:"'?...] italic __word or phrase__[.,;:"'?...] bold italic =word or phrase=[.,;:"'?...] fixed font ==word or phrase==[.,;:"'?...] bold fixed

This works, comma not italicized This works, comma italicized

bold table headers

center-spaced center aligned

right-spaced right aligned

left-spaced left aligned

2 colspan multi-span columns

row span

| If a row contains a large amount of text, and you want it to be more readable while editing the table, split the row into multiple text lines by ending each line\ with a backslash character '\'. | ? Table cells wrap automatically as determined by the browser.

L C R
A2 2 2
A3 3 3
multi span
A4-6 four four
five five
six six

Table not at beginning of line:

L C R
A2 2 2
A3 3 3
multi span
A4-6 four four
five five
six six

Table with text at the end of a line (not within |):

L C R
| A2 | 2 | 2 | extra text
A3 3 3
multi span
A4-6 four four
five five
six six

Table with text at the beginning of a line (not within |):

L C R
A2 2 2
extra text | A3 | 3 | 3 |
multi span
A4-6 four four
five five
six six

CapitalizedWordsStuckTogether (preceded by whitespace or parenthesis) (Get the exact rules or RE, something like ReR.* ?)

Otherweb.TopicName

twikilogo88x31.gif picture (.gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png)

myImage.gif.

TWiki logo logo

%% text must end with

red text

CoLoR

... (are there also tags? I don't think so, but I may be wrong.

For whatever reason, here's an HTML link from a picture. Somewhere it implies you can do the same with TWiki markup (or maybe it just means it can be done in TWiki, meaning by using HTML?):

Home

Why does PRE not preserve links to WikiWords? I agree that I want it preserve layout, but surely links should still work. Is there another tag that does this?

An example:

The P/E Ratio says what price per dollar of earnings investors are currently paying for a share. Calculated as:

P/E Ratio = PricePerShare ---------------------- EarningsPerShare (EPS)

I want PricePerShare? to be linked but the formula to be layed out. I know that the Math plugins exist - I have non math cases as well.

wiki syntax

Main.TWiki users

[[wiki syntax]]

(?)

(?)

syntax

GNU

XML

WikiWord#NotThere

Jump

To here (Headings automatically create an anchor with the first x characters of the heading, with spaces replaced by _)

MyTopic#MyAnchor (Is there also a form that includes the web? What is it MyWeb.MyTopic#MyAnchor? I think so, or something like that.)

Mail

Hi

descriptive text

TWiki Variables:

%[A..Z]+% (??)

or, with parameters(e.g.):

Searched: sushi

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