The sandbox is the place where we play with wiki syntax.
- 1. Headers
- 2. Lists
3. Verbatim text
- 2.1. bulleted lists
- 2.2. numbered lists
- 2.3. stuff local to OpenCircuitDesign
- 2.4. definitions
- 2.5. indented text
- 4. Bold and Italic text
- 5. links to other pages in the wiki
- 5.1. Camel case link
- 5.2. Free link
Header without record in the toc
Level three header
2.1. bulleted lists
- A line starting with a star or askterisk
- Two stars give you level two
- Three will give you level three
- Back to one.
2.2. numbered lists
- When a hash is the first character of a paragraph, then it is a numbered list. Pay attention to the backslash at the end of the line. (edit the page) Just like in Tcl this give you the posibility to some formatting of text.
- Hey, there must be something funny with the next item
- Next level
- Next item
2.3. stuff local to OpenCircuitDesign
- For Question-and-Answer formats, the quadruple period delimits the answer by placing the material in a blockquote block. To prevent the numbered list from terminating, the answer must be on the same line as the question, preferably separated with a line-terminating backslash.
This is the answer, in an indented block
- This is the next item.
A single line starting with ; and contain : after the definition
- This is the keyword
- To be defined by the definition text
2.5. indented text
To indent text start a new paragraph with one or more : characters
- level one
- level two
- level three
3. Verbatim text
A space at the beginning
Give you a text that is
just the way you type it
and in monospace
4. Bold and Italic text
Two single quotes delimit italic text
Three single quotes delimit boldface text
5. links to other pages in the wiki
The concept of a wiki is to be able to cross-link to other topics within the wiki. the interwiki concept supports linking to other wikis, but that is a different topic.
5.1. Camel case link
CamelCase, just concatenate words with some upper case characters, original linking scheme and forever a part or wiki syntax.
Note: This is a Wiki configure option, and (at least for now) it is disabled on the
OpenCircuitDesign website, largely because I used mixed case a lot (e.g., "PostScript")
and don't want each use to be interpreted as a link. --Tim
5.2. Free link
is an alternative to camelcase and even give you the possibility to link to a page with a different link text
[with a different text]?