sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (April 20, 2005, 0) -
(defun sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (string)
"Mark up STRING according to `emacs-wiki-publishing-rules'.
No header or footer is added."
(let ((emacs-wiki-project emacs-wiki-current-project))
(let ((emacs-wiki-publishing-header "")
Fancy striped tables (April 15, 2004, 0) - Ephrem wrote:
http://alistapart.com/articles/zebratables/. 4 steps. One caveat, if you have
multiple tables on a page (not including headers and footers) this
could result in multiple instances of id=”tabular”. If anyone knows how to adapt the
emacs-wiki–gary–1.0–patch-1 (April 25, 2004, 0) - This patch adds support for subdirectories under a main wiki
directory. Subdirectories are recursively added. On publishing, the
directory name is resolved relative to the main wiki directory, then
expanded relative to the publishing directory.
Haven’t added this patch yet. Should think about it more first.
Emacs Gnus hack: Prioritize based on the number of recipients (October 4, 2006, 0) - Ever found yourself confronted with an inbox overflowing with general
messages that you can ignore and messages that you and only you can
act on? Here’s something to help you sort the wheat from the chaff.
This indicates how personal messages are so you can immediately see which messages are just for you and which are part of
emacs-wiki-id.el (January 2, 2004, 0) - ../emacs/emacs-wiki/emacs-wiki-id.el contains a first attempt at
an ID system for emacs-wiki and indeed is quite nice. Following IDs works.
I’ll figure out how to automatically add, create, remove, yadayada them soon.