In MojoMojo, you can write wiki pages using HTML and one of two popular
"lightweight markup languages ":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightweight_markup_language: Textile and Markdown. While you must currently choose between Textile and Markdown when creating your wiki, HTML is always available, for a few "good reasons ":http://www.fileformat.info/news/2005/03/04/humane_text_formats.htm.
"Textile2 ":http://bradchoate.com/mt/docs/mtmanual_textile2.html is an extension to Textile .
"MultiMarkdown ":http://fletcherpenney.net/multimarkdown/users_guide/multimarkdown_syntax_guide/ is an extension to "Markdown ":http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax, adding support for
can't render blockquotes in lists because the "bq." block signature requires being surrounded by blank lines, and blank lines break lists:
The workaround for Textile is to
use HTML and avoid the line breaks. "Markdown's documentation ":http://daringfireball.net/projects/markdown/syntax#list explicitly tells how to "put a blockquote within a list item".
Generally, Markdown is more powerful, and Textile is simpler. The
most common differences between them are:
To switch MojoMojo to use
MultiMarkdown, run this one-liner in the MojoMojo directory:
bc. perl -Ilib -MMojoMojo -e'MojoMojo->pref("main_formatter", "MojoMojo::Formatter::Markdown")'
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Example copied from the MultiMarkdown syntax guide:
|First Header||Second Header||Third Header|
|And more||And more|
The CSS doesn't currently match the one in the MultiMarkdown example. This is an easy fix; please consider submitting a patch to