'Textile' selected, but 'Markdown' used

I have ‘Textile’ set as the default text styling for Typo. However, in
both the live preview when posting and the actual post to my blog,
Markdown is used instead. Since I don’t use much markup I only
realized this when I attempted to make a post where a line started
with a #.

This only happened after I upgraded from the current stable install to
trunk. I already cleared all the body_html out of the database, but it
was regenerated using Markdown. Any suggestions (besides ‘use
Markdown’)?

Thanks.

–r.

I have had this problem too. I just finally gave up from comparing
code, that I finally just changed to markup.

Not much help from me.

Levi

Hmm, we’re supposed to have tests for this. Does ‘rake test’ run clean
for
you?

Can you file a bug in trac for this. It really shouldn’t be happening.

Scott

On 7/1/06, Scott L. [email protected] wrote:

Hmm, we’re supposed to have tests for this. Does ‘rake test’ run clean for
you?

It didn’t, and because I had brilliantly misconfigured my setup, it
also cleared everything out of my databases. Live and learn.

I deleted everyting, recreated the databases, and reinstalled Typo
trunk from scratch. ‘rake test’ does run clean now, but the problem
persists. I verified something else, though: both Textile and
Markdown are being applied to entries.

You can see an example at: http://blog.peekle.net/

Can you file a bug in trac for this. It really shouldn’t be happening.

trac rejected my ticket as spam, and I can’t really take the time
right now to figure out why. I’ll try again later on tonight if need
be.

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