writeup was developed as an accessible and powerful tool that is able to convert source documents into HTML or XML.
writeup is a combination of a markup language (similar to markdown) and a macro pre-processing language that enables a formal production system to be set up for documents.
writeup is an opensource wiki that allows users to collaboratively author documents which are then converted into HTML or XML. It is developed to enable rich and innovative writing while still remaining portable and accessible.
writeup syntax is based on that of markdown. This allows writeup to import the features of markdown, but still enable it to be easily used.
writeup is able to support formatted text, such as HTML and SVG
writeup supports the functionality of the markdown syntax
writeup support for code is similar to the functionality of the GitHub
GitHub Markdown Support:
writeup supports the functionality of GitHub’s Markdown.
writeup features integrated and integrated support for a variety of social features, including the following:
• Share information
• Subscribe to information
• Send messages
• Manage users
Writeup supports a variety of formatting options for text and image.
• Formatting lists of code inline using indentation (code markdown)
• Embed text and images inline
• Embed and link code and images inline
• Support for emojis, MathJax, and images
• Support for LaTeX math formulas
• Support for URLs
writeup includes a feature for inline viewing.
• Lines can be viewed as they are typed (like in vim)
• Inline formatting can be edited inline
• The code can be formatted into a variety of formatting styles, such as code, code block, and inline code
• User-defined stylesheets can be applied to the document
• The system can be set to break lines as dictated by the document, or to keep them intact (code markdown)
writeup supports a variety of programming languages, including the following:
• Objective C
• Ruby on Rails
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I need this to be really simple, quick and easy. I will provide the code.
1. MySQL Database should already be setup
2. I have done a lof of this sort of thing for Microsoft SQL Server a few years ago and I need this to be quick and easy.
The first job that is currently on my list
I need to integrate Android app with Linux server. The android app will connect to the server by local IP. The server will provide REST API for the android app. The API will be in Node.js. The client will be in android. The android app will interact with the Node.js server and I need to integrate the code on local ip address.
This is the first milestone. We need to make a good first impression and get people interested. The second milestone is to make sure that the functionality is working for the users.
We can talk about what features you’d like to implement later.
We need these functions:
– Create and edit/delete users
– Create and edit groups
I want to write a open source text editor (PHP code, no HTML) that is focused on usability.
I have a commercial text editor (which I can’t mention here) that I am focusing on usability in. It is a lot more extensible than any other editor (except maybe Notepad++
writeup is a tool for converting plain-text source documents into formatted markup output.
writeup is based on writeup-core, which provides the basic macro primitives for generating markup.
writeup-core provides a user-friendly GUI for entering templates for writing document source-code.
The GUI is tightly integrated with the writer-modes of the underlying system.
Each writer-mode is responsible for one phase in the pre-processing workflow of the document: source-code, writing and formatting.
writeup can be used to generate HTML, XML or LaTeX output from source documents.
writeup is implemented as a Java library with an accompanying GUI.
It is distributed as a maven-style plugin.
writeup can be used by itself as a standalone command-line tool.
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writeup is a combination of a markup language and a pre-processing language. The markup language enables writeup to be embedded into a Markdown-like language, enabling a concise documentation of your sources. The pre-processing language enables writeup to be executed in an input document in which markdown has been invoked. Thereby, documents may be transformed to create a document in which a specific application of the markup language is applied. This is enabled by the formal parameterization of the markup language and the ability to run arbitrary programs with an input document. This results in transformed documents that enable a reader to switch between markup and the transformed documents.
writeup is designed for developers. It is embedded into the official PEP257 pipeline of pyparsing. In turn, pyparsing is used as part of the documentation systems of both the Python project and the Django framework. writeup may be applied on plain text, read from files, or be embedded into a Jupyter Notebook.
writeup may be applied to Python source code, documentation, tests, project management, etc.
writeup produces either HTML or XML output, depending on the input provided.
The current version of writeup does not fully implement the Markdown syntax of the GitHub website.
Installation and usage:
$ pip install writeup
With a version of pyparsing installed, use writeup as follows:
$ python writeup.py –help
To create a writeup document, see the writeup.py help output. The Python source code is used as input, with a destination. For example, you can make a documentation of your Python source code using the following command:
$ python writeup.py –source mycode.py –dest mycode.html
Another example is creating a Jupyter notebook from a Python source file using the following command:
$ python writeup.py –source /path/to/mycode.py –dest mynote.ipynb
To specify the source of a writeup document, provide a file name as the first argument. The input file must be valid Python source. The first line of the input file should be a comment line. It is used as a header for the original file. An example of a valid Python source file is:
## A section in the source file
In the following example, the input is the code of a function:
This is just an example of a source file. Any Python source file is suitable. Here, the first line specifies a comment. Any line without a comment is interpreted as a body of a writeup document.
The writeup Object implements the read, parse, and render methods.
Mac OS X 10.6 or later (Mac OS X 10.4 compatible)
2 GB RAM recommended
1024×768 display recommended
Storage: 1 GB available space
Recommended power supply
Accelerated 3D graphics required
1 GHz or faster processor
12.5 MB of hard disk space for installation of required programs.
Please note: Requirements on the client, media and host machine are described.
DVD-ROM drive and Soundcard Required for the Installation