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# MarkupThis wiki's pages are written in [reStructuredText]. If you'renot familiar with reStructuredText, you should start by looking atthe [primer] and the [quick reference guide]. Note that not allreStructuredText constructs are currently supported. Use thepreview button if you're in doubt. [reStructuredText]: http://docutils.sourceforge.net/rst.html [primer]: http://docutils.sourceforge.net/docs/user/rst/quickstart.html [quick reference guide]: http://docutils.sourceforge.net/docs/user/rst/quickref.html## Wiki linksLinks to other wiki pages are formed this way: `` `Page Name <>`_ ``.(Gitit converts markdown links with empty targets into wikilinks.)To link to a wiki page using something else as the link text:either `` `something else <Page+Name>`_ `` or `something else`_ .. _`something else`: Page NameNote that page names may contain spaces and some specialcharacters. They need not be CamelCase. CamelCase words are *not*automatically converted to wiki links.Wiki pages may be organized into directories. So, if you haveseveral pages on wine, you may wish to organize them like so: Wine/Pinot Noir Wine/Burgundy Wine/Cabernet SauvignonNote that a wiki link `` `Burgundy <>`_ `` that occurs inside the `Wine`directory will link to `Wine/Burgundy`, and not to `Burgundy`. Tolink to a top-level page called `Burgundy`, you'd have to use`` `Burgundy </Burgundy>`_ ``.To link to a directory listing for a subdirectory, use a trailingslash: `` `Wine/ <>`_ `` will link to a listing of the `Wine` subdirectory.