On Fri, Dec 10, 2010 at 10:50 PM, Juancarlo Añez <apal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I was examining the source code for Zim with the aim of adding support fro
> enumerated lists, but found the code that deals with wiki-text too
> complicated to be amenable for a small hack.
> Is there a reason why Zim doesn't use one of the wiki markup libraries
> readily available for Python?
Bit historic since zim was originally written in Perl and also because
I had my own ideas how a good wiki format should look. Meaning to add
other options for compatibility with other wikis, but never gotten
around doing that myself.
> Would it help (would it be accepted) if I wrote a simpler and more
> extensible wiki parser?
... 8< ...
Sure, if it supports the same wiki syntax and the code is cleaner than
mine I'll be happy to use it. Looks like you are more qualified than I
am since I never followed any formal courses in parsers or grammars.
I have been meaning to clean up the object structure used for the
internal parse tree, but if you use the "builder" interface for
xml.etree it should be compatible when I switch to the new library.
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