[ANN] MarkupToMarkup 0.2

Discussion in 'Python' started by Fran=?ISO-8859-1?B?5w==?=ois Granger, Jan 20, 2005.

  1. Description:
    http://wiki.fgranger.com/Development/MarkupToMarkup

    Test:
    http://fgranger.net1.nerim.net/mtom/

    MarkupToMarkup is a project to create tools for translating from various
    markup to various markup.

    There are a lot of syntax to markup texts prior to publishing them. From
    HTML to Markdown, and from reStructuredText to the various wiki formats.
    When using a tool to publish, you are tied to the particular syntax of this
    tool. And transferring between them is a problem, not only at the storage
    level, but also at the text markup level.

    MarkupToMarkup is built in a modular way. It use the various existing
    filters to transfer the input to a almost XHTML format. It then use a parser
    and filters to generate the various wiki like syntax formats. As demand
    arise, it may be extended in number of filters, in input and output methods.

    Dues to the number of scripts (Python, Perl, soon some PHP) and
    dependencies, the current version is implemented as a web service on a web
    page. There are plans to make it an XML-RPC service, or package it when
    things evolves.
     
    Fran=?ISO-8859-1?B?5w==?=ois Granger, Jan 20, 2005
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