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RedCloth is a module for using Textile in Ruby. Textile is a simple text format that can be converted to html, eliminating the need to use html directly to create documents, blogs, or web pages. Textile gives you readable text while you’re writing and beautiful text for your readers.
Jekyll is a simple, blog aware, static site generator. It takes a template directory (representing the raw form of a website), runs it through Textile or Markdown and Liquid converters, and spits out a complete, static website suitable for serving with Apache or your favorite web server. This is ... [More]
Texy is one of the most complex lightweight markup language. It allows adding of images, links, nested lists, tables and has full support for typography and CSS. Texy allows you to enter content using an easy to read Texy syntax which is filtered into structurally valid XHTML. No knowledge of HTML is required.
Angerwhale is Perl-based bloging software that reads posts from the filesystem, and determines authorship based on the post's PGP digital signature. These posts can be in a variety of formats (text, wiki, HTML, POD), and new formats can be added dynamically at runtime. Posting comments is also ... [More]
Awestruct is a framework for creating static HTML sites (i.e., a static website-baking tool). The goal of the software is to make this task trivially easy. It provides template-drive site creation, an extension pipeline and facilities for easily priming the site creation with additional non-page data.
Textile.NET is, surprisingly, a textile formatter for .NET projects. Textile is a "human web text generator" (http://www.textism.com/tools/textile/) that is useful for rapid web writings such as Wiki syntax or blog articles. From a simple and intuitive syntax it creates well formed HTML ... [More]
Textile-J is a Java library that provides a simple parser for multiple wiki markup languages, (Textile, MediaWiki / WikiMedia, Confluence, and TracWiki), an Eclipse editor for editing Textile markup, and a simple JFace text viewer that can be used to display the markup in an SWT or eclipse ... [More]
Build XHTML documents and entire web sites with ease. Write text using Textile—a format much more concise than XHTML. Automate document parts with Ruby scripting. Generate site offline—server gets static XHTML.
This is a Python implementation of the Textile (http://textism.com/tools/textile) markup language. Project homepage http://loopcore.com/python-textile Source currently hosted at http://github.com/jsamsa/python-textile Download latest at http://pypi.python.org/pypi/textile