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Todos in the pipline / wishlist

  • cleaner code to avoid namespace pollution
  • create Perl version which is auto-translated to JS-version
  • auto create documentation of syntax
  • test suite also checking browsers
  • move to git-hub
  • allow individual customizing of allowed features and used markup
  • allow caching of imported JS to spare band width
  • general JS-Extension framework to encourage more contributions, see also older discussion
More Features
  • DONE auto link URLs starting with http://
  • DONE parse for internal url's and create [id://...] links (thus avoiding logouts)
  • map doc-links of operators to correct perldoc, like ?and? to [doc://perlop|and]
  • support for abbreviation list, i.e. auto linking autolinking SOPW or CPAN with mouseover (' title' -attribute) description
  • better support for quotes from commented post
  • onchange preview with JS of resulting post
  • looks-like-code() heuristic to warn about perlcode outside code-blocks
  • move [ ]wiki? checkbox under textarea, show only if any submit button available
  • include timestamp after updates
  • DONE support for deeplinks in perldocs (jump to right chapter)
  • better support for cut&paste from perldoc (web or console)

... to be continued...

  • Wiki support for CB
  • look behind assertion in around_words
  • treat punctuation like whitespace

Cheers Rolf
(addicted to the Perl Programming Language and ☆☆☆☆ :)
Je suis Charlie!

In reply to Re: Good Intentions: Wikisyntax for the Monastery (ToDo) by LanX
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