This is not really a RoR specific question but i figured some of you might know the answer. I'm trying to create a table in textile like this: bc.. |@.@|Any character except new line (\n)| |. @(a|b)@|a or b| bc. As you can see, on the second row in the first column I need to ouput a pipe symbol(|). But obviously textile sees this as a column specifier for the table. I tried escaping like |(a==|==b)| and |(a|b) but none of the options give me the desired output. Does anyone know how I can include a pipe symbol in a textile table?
on 2008-10-29 10:31
on 2008-10-29 10:33
Niek Bruins wrote: > bc.. > |@.@|Any character except new line (\n)| > |. @(a|b)@|a or b| > bc. Ignore the bc.. and bc. tags. I've put them there because I thought ruby-forum would interpret my textile table and convert to a HTML table.