2011/8/25 François Boulogne <boulogn...@gmail.com>

> Hi,
>
> This sounds like great news. Could you give me some precisions?
> >
> > After that release I'll have a look at refactoring the wiki parsing -
> > most likely using the pyparsing library. This will have two goals:
> > first is to start supporting inline objects (improving support for
> > images, formulas etc. as well as opening the way for new plugins like
> > an embedded sourceview),
> So, does it mean we can expect to write equations like $x=y$ directly?
>

Yes -- although I likely will go with "$$x=y$$" to keep in line with wiki
formatting.

Also latex formulas will be an exception. Other object will look more like
"{{object_type: ....}}".


> > second goal will be to make it easier to add other wiki dialects
> > (although I will not make those extensions myself immediately).
> And this, that we will have the choice of the markup language?
>

Yes, this should make it easier to add that choice, although I'm limiting my
own work to preparing the framework, not that actual language support.


> If i'm wrong, could you explain me the improvements for the end user?
>
> Regards,
>
> --
> François Boulogne.
>
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>
>
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