Textile Parser / Syntax Highlighting
I’m using a Java-Script based Textile parser and integrated a Syntaxhighlighter:
This works quite well and I can display the result while typing in the browser. Cool! However there are some disadvantages as well:
- When I like to create Atom feeds I just have the raw-Textile source available and just can not produce html(or text) output.
Well,… I have started to create a textile parser in Ruby to be able to parse the content in the backend. While there are still several constructs missing I have already the most important constructs ready. This can be checked on Github: [link]