Hey there,

Forgeot Eric wrote:

> There are some cool javascript tools out there, for example 
> http://epiceditor.com/, http://dillinger.io/ or
> http://lab.hakim.se/reveal-js (most of them are only
> markdown-friendly)
 
> We would be able to use them if txt2tags had a javascript
> implementation like "Marked" for markdown:
> https://github.com/chjj/marked
 
> I've tried to adapt some Creole js converter, but my javascript
> skills are quite limited.
 
> Here are so far my tries:
 
> https://github.com/farvardin/t2t.js
> https://github.com/farvardin/jstxt2tags
 
> Some syntax is missing, but since they are both based on very
> simple js code, it should be rather easy for someone fluent in js
> to finish the work.
 
> Is someone here interested in working on this?

My JavaScript skills are not quite up to this, but I'd be happy to
test anything you or anyone else writes and give my feedback and
possibly be somewhat useful in debugging. (:

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