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Textile-Parser-Plugin

Replace the default parser (Markdown) in Phile with the PHP-Textile parser.

1. Installation

1.1 Installation (composer)

php composer.phar require phile/textile:*

1.2 Installation (Download)

  • Clone this repo into plugins/phile/textile

2. Activation

After you have installed the plugin. You need to add the following line to your config.php file:

$config['plugins']['phile\\textile'] = array('active' => true);

Then add the Textile dependency to your composer.json file:

{
  "require": {
    "twig/twig": "1.14.*",
    "michelf/php-markdown": "1.3",
    "netcarver/textile": "3.5.*" // the textile parser
  }
}

Now run your composer install command as normal.

After you have installed the plugin. You need to add the following line to your config.php file:

$config['plugins'] = array(
  'phile\\parserMarkdown' => array('active' => false),
  'phile\\textile' => array('active' => true) // use textile
);

You will also need to use .textile file extensions for content. To change the default open the index.php file in the root directory, and change the following line:

define('CONTENT_EXT', '.textile'); // default is '.md'

Not a drop in replacement for Markdown

Textile is not Markdown. It is very similar but there are quite a few differences. Please see this textile cheatsheet for the basic syntax.

I have included an index.textile file to show how to recreate the index content page from the default theme.

Why use this over Markdown

  • Personal Preference

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