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NOTEThis project has Moved to GitHub! This is a plugin for gedit that provides live previews of Textile code. It's based off of Gedit's MarkDown support, and will soon include Markdown support (as well as Textile highlighting) Current New FeaturesOpens bottom pane & focuses on the ... [More]
octalforty Brushie is a set of general-purpose .NET libraries and classes - such as differencing algorithms, instrumentation framework, configuration stuff, text authoring tools, etc. As of now, Brushie includes: Textile authoring engine (octalforty.Brushie.Text.Authoring.Textile) Generic ... [More]
This is just a really simple minor mode for Emacs that could fontify textile formatted text and provide a function to convert subset of it into plain HTML. It is based on work of Julien Barnier and his major textile-mode, in fact most of the code is from there, I just convert it to minor mode and ... [More]
chgmj (Crappy Html Generation Made Joyful) is a simple python script. It "compiles" markdown, textile files into HTML ones, generate a navigation menu, ... Coupled with a VCS, you manage your whole website as a wiki. And it's fast because of the ala make feature. NB. This project was ... [More]
WooCMS is very lightweight and small in size Content Management System, written in PHP. It uses flat text files to store information, but produces valid XHTML thanks to Textile. Also it takes care of Search Engine Optimization using mod_rewrite to produce friendly URL's. Sorry, no demo yet.
This project is no longer under development, but check out braindump petewiki is a small and simple but pretty powerful wiki system written in PHP with an SQLite database. Featurestextile markup wiki links (of course) hierarchal pages discussion/comments for each page all revisions stored track ... [More]
I would like to see in the future this to handle all popular humanreadable formats nicely and effectively. So in a nutshell this is a yet another markup converter.
A desktop application for working with XHTML documents using the Textile semantics developed by Dean Allen and the C# Textile library built by L. Abdul Baan (lordabdul).