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Currently in Moin abbrevations can only be marked by a plugin (in this case: a so-called "parser"-plugin). Moin Core team doesn't want to integrate marking of abbreviations yet. So Johannes Berg and me did this extension. The abbrevation-plugin however derives from the stanard Moin parser and extends standard Moin parser only with syntax for marking of abbreviations. It easy to set this new parser in the Moin wiki config files as new standard parser for the whole wiki. So marking of abbrevation would work neatly. However every admin has to do this on his own now, install the plugin, configure the config files. It would be nice to have marking of abbrevations included in the standard markup - in Moin and in Creole. So the plugin-concept is in Moin just a work-around to get it work at the moment. Marking and abbreviation as plugin with the code {{{<<Acronym = "ACL">>}}} is not as inuitiv as e.g. just writting ^ACL^. An own markup for acronyms means a deeper integration into a language or means: make acronyms part of the langauge. A plugin means: it's not part of the language, but something else, ^IMHO^ ;-)
-- [[OliverSiemoneit]], 2008-Apr-16 21:24 (CEST)
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3 16-Apr-2008 21:28 2.473 kB OliverSiemoneit to previous | to last
2 16-Apr-2008 08:45 1.302 kB ChristophSauer to previous | to last implement as plugin?
1 10-Apr-2008 20:48 0.078 kB OliverSiemoneit to last
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