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A link spec can be extended on the front-end too. I have a link syntax for instance that precedes :: and ::= annotation operators with an xml:id value and values for the rel= and rev= attributes of the anchor tag. On the back end, I use plus-signs for global attributes (such as style) and ones pertinent to generated HTML, and I use parentheses for non-formatted author-notes.
[[.id01: rel_path | rev_path | title_path ::
URL | label +style=s1:v1;s2:v2 (comment)]]
Extensibility options ** for each syntax item in Creole ** should be documented to allow parsers to ignore unwanted positional parameters, a syntactic hazard offset by the tactic of special characters like vertical bars, colons, and plus signs. In other words, general policies about extensibility should be applicable to links and other items at the same time.
Does extensibility imply a Creole that is a "//complicated// replacement for HTML" ? Unlikely IMHO (given who's in this group) but more on point is that the inevitability of more HTML function woven into Creole should be clear enough, the questions being how much and how fast.
-- [[John McClure]]
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