Announcement: Markdown-0.1 for PmWiki

Ben Wilson dausha at
Fri May 12 09:46:30 EDT 2006

Okay, I've started to hunt down the problem. I thought the problem was
with the bullets in the unordered lists. However, it seems to be the
use of the astericks in '**bolden**' markup in combination. I'm also
reapproaching how to manage the markup by having it work more closely
with PmWiki's inherent markup system. I hope to release the corrected
code next week.


On 5/8/06, Ben Wilson <dausha at> wrote:

> I have encountered a small bug that I will try to ferret out in the

> near future (probably after May 15). I used PHP Markdown as the core

> for most of the Markdown behavior. The list function will sometimes

> run my web server beyond its 30 second processing limit. Thus far, I

> have only encountered the problem when saving a page after editing.


> Specifically, I had a page with a few paragraphs of text and a few

> (unordered) lists. That page would hang. Conversely, I was able to

> edit and re-post my course notes in Statutory Construction without

> problem. The former was less than one page printed, the latter well

> over 30 pages--mostly lists of various sorts.


> Before I can resolve this, I need to be able to reproduce the bug.

> However, I have not been able to. If anybody tries this and runs in to

> a similar problem, please inform me (dausha et so I can

> build a test.


> Regards,

> Ben Wilson


> On 5/8/06, wolf2k5 <wolf2k5 at> wrote:

> > On 5/7/06, Ben Wilson <dausha at> wrote:

> > > Okay, it's pretty alpha, but it is a start. I have published

> > > "Markdown," which is a recipe that helps integrate Markdown syntax

> > > with PmWiki.[1] My goal is that, when finished, there will be

> > > something pretty close to a PHP-based wiki that relies on Markdown

> > > syntax.

> >

> > This is great news, I've been waiting for this since a long time.

> >

> > I'll give it a try asap.

> >

> > Thanks.

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