I've moved this Implementation mode to here for discussion. Either someone writes an article that is compatible with the spirit of creole, which basically says that there is no really bad syntax out there, but what is bad is that here is no unified syntax. Or, if no one comes up with a clear definition that fits in nicely with the other two modes, then I think it is better to take it out to avoid confusion:
- Gradual Alignment - improve bad syntax from your markup with more user-friendly syntax from Creole. Every small improvement is a big step.
One problem I see is that Creole should not say what is bad syntax. So, thanks for the kind words "Every small improvement is a big step", but we have to be careful ;)
-- ChristophSauer, 2007-05-05
How about "native creole" approach?
-- RadomirDopieralski, 2007-May-05
Yes, thats missing, but does Gradual Alignment mean that?
-- ChristophSauer, 2007-05-06
Is there a Java lib for parsing creole already? If so, please email me at devATxam.de
-- MaxVoelkel, 2007-06-06