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= Redmine Trac Wiki Formatter

This is a redmine plugin that supports Trac-style wiki markup
within Redmine.  This makes it easier for those that would like
to "upgrade" from Trac to Redmine without losing an existing wiki
or those who are using Redmine but prefer Trac's wiki formatting
over that of Redmine's

== License
This work is released under the Apache Software License, version 2.0.
See LICENSE for more information.

== What is Redmine?
Redmine is a flexible project management web application.
See ((<the official site|URL:http://www.redmine.org>)) for more details.

== What is Trac?
Trac is a ticket tracking system that has many built-in features
including a source code browser, integrated wiki, etc.
See ((<<the official site|URL:http://trac.edgewall.org/)) for more details

== Plugin installation
=== Prerequisites
* Redmine and its prerequisites
* On Ruby 1.8 you'll need Oniguruma - http://oniguruma.rubyforge.org/

=== Installation
(1) Copy the plugin directory into the vendor/plugins directory
(2) Start Redmine

Installed plugins are listed on 'Admin -> Information' screen.

== Future Plans
* finishing support of all Trac markup (tables, etc) 

== Thank You To
* A big thank you to Yuki Sonoda (Yugui: https://github.com/yugui)
  for providing the patch that modularized formatting within Redmine
  (http://www.redmine.org/issues/2025)
  and providing the template that I imitate to create this plugin.
  (https://github.com/yugui/redmine_rd_formatter)
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