Support » Plugins » Textile 2.6 – “It finally works” release.

  • Normally i don’t make a big deal about plugin releases … but since this is probably the second-most trafficed plugin I’ve ever done, and since this release finally fixes it to something like what it should have been to start with …

    I finally got around to checking out Dean Allen’s latest TextPattern release, and, uhm … liberating … the Textile code from it. After wrapping it up in my usual plugin code…

    It greatly improves block handling and the ‘notextile’ tag (or double equals) actually works as advertised.

    You can move the URLs out of your code, (even for images) and put them at the bottom and refer to them by number. (so like “this is a link”:1, with the url for 1 at the bottom somewhere.

    It’s also a *lot* better about not screwing up html when you insert that, so you can mix in HTML without screwing everything up.

    Check it out and download: http://www.huddledmasses.org/2005/10/03/textile-plugin-26-released/

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  • the bulletid list doesn’t work.. it makes p tags followed by an *

    im using firefox by the way..

    Not sure what you mean, since I’ve got several bulleted lists on my site like:

    * something about Office and PDF
    * something about svchost.exe

    And they’re all still working the way they should (that is, getting converted to li tags).

    nunuh – did you have a space between the * and the content?

    -Jeremy

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