!becomes a section heading. Use multiple
!to create a subsection.
_(underline) becomes a horizontal line. This is often used to separate topics.
:create a list:
-is transformed to a bulleted list, where each line is an entry.
#is transformed to an ordered list, where each line is an entry.
:is transformed to a definition list, where the keyword is prepended with
;and the definition with
:. Keywords and definitions can be mixed arbitrary.
#-is an element of a bulleted list that is part of an ordered list.
|and separate the elements with
|s. Each new line represents a new row of the table. The contents of cells can be aligned left, centered or aligned right by using
|}respectively. Add a single
!to let the cell become a table heading.
=. A preformatted section uses equally spaced text so that spacing is preserved.
monospaced, surround it with
*. All links have the following form
*alias>reference|parameters*for the complete form. The reference depends on the kind of link that is created (see below). The alias is a string being used as the text of the link, if left out a default is used. The parameters are optional parameters to further configure the behavior on the link, again this depends on the kind of link you create. The contents of some links, e.g. links pointing to image-files, downloads or other pages, can be embedded into the current document by putting the reference between
*, for example
+reference+. Not all types of links support embedding and quietly ignore it.
/information/license) or relative (
../license) path. The parameters
vieware supported to create specific links onto commands and views of the target page.
*http://www.lukas-renggli.ch*), a link to the external page shows up.
*firstname.lastname@example.org*), a link to mail that person shows up.
+value:date+adds the current date
value:date. Some values might be undefined at certain points, in this case the alias of the link is displayed instead. For example, the expression
+untouched>value:edited|display=date+displays the date of the last edit operation, or
untouchedif the current page has never been edited. There is a wide variety of possible expression available:
|Display immediate children of the current structure.|
|Display all the children of the current structure.|
|Display the current context.|
|Display the current date.|
|Display the last performed context.|
|Display all the structures matching the query parameter.|
|Display the first sibling of the current structure.|
|Display the group of the current structure.|
|Display the history for the current structure.|
|Display all structures referencing the current structure.|
|Display kernel of this site.|
|Display the last sibling of the current structure.|
|Display all links from the current structure.|
|Display the following sibling of the current structure.|
|Display all structures referenced from the current structure.|
|Display the owner of the current structure.|
|Display the parent of the current structure.|
|Display the parent chain of the current structure.|
|Display the previous sibling of the current structure.|
|Display a random child of the current structure.|
|Redirect to a different location, specified in the ’to’ parameter.|
|Display the root structure.|
|Display the siblings of the current structure.|
|Display the current structure.|
|Display the current time.|
|Display the table of contents of the current structure.|
|Display the currently authenticated structure.|
|Display a table with all possible values with comment.|
parent, ...) support a wide variety of
group. Furthermore these expressions become an internal link if you add the parameter
link. The expressions on contexts (
edited) also support