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Allow restructuredText as render markup #30

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mgaitan commented Jun 29, 2013

I've researched a while looking for a simple yet usable wiki engine with support for restructuredtext, due it's what I write fluently and the I can use the content to render with Sphinx (de facto standard documentation tool in the python ecosystem), rst2pdf or whatever
Few wikis like MoinMoin or the builtin in Trac has this feature, but by processing a "block of restructuredtext" in the middle of core markup.

Even when this project uses markdown, it's so simple to refactor this "render function" as a config option.

mgaitan added some commits Jun 27, 2013

Refactor to made the markup engine configurable.
Now support Markdown (default) or restructuredText
setting `MARKUP = 'restructuredtext'` in your `config.py`.

This is part of my proposal in #30
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mgaitan commented Jun 29, 2013

@alexex what to you think about it?

mgaitan added some commits Jul 1, 2013

Convert unknow links to internal wiki links.
Examples:

   Something_ will link to '/something'
  `something great`_  to '/something_great'
  `another thing <thing>`_  '/thing'

handyman5 pushed a commit to handyman5/waliki that referenced this pull request Jan 20, 2014

Refactor to made the markup engine configurable.
Now support Markdown (default) or restructuredText
setting `MARKUP = 'restructuredtext'` in your `config.py`.

This is part of my proposal in alexanderjulo/wiki#30
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mgaitan commented Nov 18, 2014

Anyone looking for a wiki using restructuredtext take a look to Waliki (born as a fork of this project and then redone from scratch in django): https://github.com/mgaitan/waliki

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