Forum: Ruby on Rails Better Wiki solution than RedCloth

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Bf1e5a140a444bdc5011185bba3a1ed3?d=identicon&s=25 Sharkie Landshark (sharkie)
on 2006-05-04 08:26
I am currently using RedCloth for my homebrew wiki engine. However I am
finding that I would like more sophisticated markup options ... probably
to the near sophistication of wikipedia. This is probably not the
limitation of RedCloth but rather the TextTile standard.

So my question is whether there is a better Wiki solution than RedCloth?
I am looking to be able to define 1) external links, 2) internal links,
etc. Or is this something that can already be done with RedCloth through
more sophisticated customization.

The reason I am writing my own Wiki engine is that I require it to
integrate very well with the rest of my Web 2.0 engine.

Thank you,

Sharkie
28a4d1b683ec25e1d0312a2a90f63b6f?d=identicon&s=25 Damaris Fuentes (damaris)
on 2006-12-16 23:32
You can have a look to SQLiki to see how they do it.
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