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Hi

Thanks for feedback! =)

regarding code sections:

Problem is that JS has no lookbehind assertion for regex.

In order to keep it simple and compatible I'm grabbing the surrounding white spaces too.

If you separate your code by more then one whitespace it works again.

'one'  'two'  'three'

one two three

please note how HTML ignores multiple whitespace.

(This is a very contrived example anyway don't you think? ;)

I could solve this with at least one look ahead assertion, though I'm not sure about incompatibilities. (on todo list now)

Please keep in mind that you can still use the old and consistent markup.

The wiki stuff is more a mix of DWIM and Huffman coding, not a complete replacement. =)

Cheers Rolf
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In reply to Re^2: Good Intentions: Wikisyntax for the Monastery by LanX
in thread Good Intentions: Wikisyntax for the Monastery by LanX

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