On 08/26/2010 07:37 AM, Paul W. Frields wrote:
> I started experimenting with the Flexifilter module:
> It allows parsing of different kinds of text to render as HTML content
> in a Drupal page. (There was an earlier version of this module that
> used PEAR parsing routines, whose page recommends Flexifilter
> There's a test page here:
> Last night I wrote some customization for handling<ref> tags, but
> it's not complete. I just wanted to see how hard it was to create a
> new handler. Some things are frighteningly easy, like headings. Some
> are a little more difficult -- not in concept, just in using the web
> interface to create them! Fortunately there's a way to write the
> filter in code and then import it.
> The point of doing this is that it would make people's lives very easy
> if they could just paste in wiki text and have it Just Work(tm). I'm
> going to continue working on this in light of the work session Pascal
> and I had yesterday. The process for entering an FWN issue is pretty
> simple, and this would shave off an extra portion of time that
> otherwise the editor would have to spend tweaking the markup.
> Pascal, are you willing to locate any FWN workflow writeup you did
> earlier, and tweak it to match what we did yesterday?
Hi Paul --
I changed the format for each of the beats to wiki text and this works
Thanks! Now that we have this looking as expected, I'll notify the FWN
team that we'll begin publishing FWN on Fedora Insight via Drupal.
strange to me. There's some use of <ref> there that I may need to
treat with a conditional in the flexifilter.
Paul W. Frields