(anonymous guest) (logged out)

Copyright (C) by the contributors. Some rights reserved, license BY-SA.

Sponsored by the Wiki Symposium and the Nuveon GmbH.

This is version . It is not the current version, and thus it cannot be edited.
[Back to current version]   [Restore this version]

tacodarer There is a growing need for basic converters (libraries) to convert Creole to XHTML in different programming languages. If you have written such a converter, please add it below. Ideally it can easily be imported and called with a single function, that will take Creole and spit out valid html/xhtml.

Does such a thing exist? Maybe someone is near completion and just hasn't added it to the wiki?

When adding a converter it would be helpful to note the license. GPL converters generally can not be used in non-GPL programs.

C #

C# #

ColdFusion #

Common Lisp #

Haskell #

Java #

JavaScript #

Lua #

Perl #


Python #

  • You may want to take a look at Markdown in Python if you're considering doing this. Maybe you could use some of the code as a basis to speed up development.
  • You can use the creole parser from MoinMoin 1.7 -- the parser itself has no dependecies on the MoinMoin API, you just need your own emitter.

Ruby #

Why the languages above? #

There exists a Markdown converter for eleven of the languages above. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Markdown) Sure, some of the languages are less important than others, but if we had all eleven languages we'd be as broad platform as Markdown.

Add new attachment

Only authorized users are allowed to upload new attachments.

« This particular version was published on 16-Okt-2007 15:20 by ChuckSmith.