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Textile (markup language)
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Textile is a lightweight markup language originally developed by Dean Allen and billed as a “humane Web text generator”. Textile converts its marked-up text input to valid, well-formed XHTML and also inserts character entity references for apostrophes, opening and closing single and double quotation marks, ellipses and em dashes.

Textile was originally implemented in PHP, but has been translated into other programming languages including Perl, Python, Ruby, ASP, Java and C#.

Textile is distributed under a BSD-style license and is included with, or available as a plugin for, several content-management systems.

Version 2.0 beta was released in 2004 as part of the Textpattern content management system.

Version 2.0 was released in 2006.

Version 2.2 was released on September 23, 2010.
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  • 1 Textile syntax examples
    o 1.1 Emphasized text
    o 1.2 Lists
    o 1.3 Tables
    o 1.4 Code
    o 1.5 Headings
    o 1.6 Blockquotes
    o 1.7 Links
    o 1.8 Images
  • 2 Formatting help table
  • 3 See also
  • 4 External links

Textile syntax examples

This is not an exhaustive listing of Textile’s syntax. For a list of all available options in Textile 2, see the full syntax reference.

Emphasized text

emphasized (e.g., italics)

strongly emphasized (e.g., boldface)

Lists

  • An item in a bulleted (unordered) list
  • Another item in a bulleted list
    • Second Level
    • Second Level Items
      • Third level
  1. An item in an enumerated (ordered) list xxxxxxx
  2. Another item in an enumerated list yyyyyy
    1. Another level in an enumerated list vvvvvvvv
  • This is a bullet
    1. this is a numbered list
    2. this is another numbered list
  • This is another bullet

Tables

A | character must be at the beginning and end of every row.

Header Header Header
Cell 1 Cell 2 Cell 3
Cell 1 Cell 2 Cell 3

Code

code

Headings

You must leave a blank line after each heading.

An HTML first-level heading

An HTML second-level heading

An HTML third-level heading

An HTML fourth-level heading

An HTML fifth-level heading
An HTML sixth-level heading

Blockquotes

This text will be enclosed in an HTML blockquote element.

Links

link text

Images

alt text

Formatting help table

This table summarizes the available textile markers
Textile markers Textile Visual result
bold text bold text
italic text italic text
bold italic text bold italic text
strikethrough text strikethrough text
bold strikethrough text bold strikethrough text
bold italic strikethrough text bold italic strikethrough text
underlined text underlined text
bold underlined text bold underlined text
italic underlined text italic underlined text
bold italic underlined text bold italic underlined text
bold italic strikethrough underlined text bold italic strikethrough underlined text
%{color:red}Text in red % text in red
Link to click for the list of colours

  1. Chapter 1
1. Chapter 1
  • bulleted list
  • bulleted list
  • bulleted list
  • 2-level
  • bulleted list
    o 2-level
Table with two lines
and two columns
Table with two lines and two columns "Link to Wikipedia":http://www.wikipedia.org Link to Wikipedia

Wikipedia-logo-en.png
Brand TM Brand TM
Text subscript Text subscript
[edit] See also

  • Textpattern, a content-management system, also originally by Dean Allen, which uses Textile.

[edit] External links

  • Textile Homepage, examples of the newest implementation in PHP
  • hobix.com Textile Reference, an example-based Textile reference.
  • Text::Textile, an implementation of Textile in Perl.
  • PyTextile, an implementation of Textile in Python.
  • RedCloth, an implementation of Textile in Ruby.
  • vbsTextile, an implementation of Textile for Microsoft Active Server Pages
  • Textile UDF, an implementation of Textile in ColdFusion.
  • JTextile, an implementation of Textile in Java
  • Textile4j, an implementation of Textile in Java
  • Textile-j, an implementation of Textile in Java that includes components for SWT and JFace and an Eclipse editor plugin
  • Xilize, a superset of Textile for generating webpages, documents, and websites with any plain-text editor (plugin for jEdit available). Opensource.
  • Textile.NET, an implementation of Textile in C#/.NET
  • octalforty Brushie Text, one more implementation of Textile in C#/.NET
  • Texticl, an implementation of Textile in Common Lisp
  • Textile Markup with MediaWiki, a way to use Textile on MediaWiki sites like Wikipedia
  • Textile JS, an implementation of Textile in Javascript
  • Mylyn WikiText, an implementation of Textile in Java that includes components for SWT and JFace, Ant tasks and an Eclipse editor plugin

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