chad.thecomfychair at gmail.com
Fri Feb 27 17:03:15 EST 2009
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Since no one seemed to notice the question in my announcement message a
couple days ago, I'm asking again:
I've been trying to add Cpp-Markdown to the markdown wiki page at
<http://markdown.infogami.com/>, but I can't seem to log in there with
my reddit.com account information as the login page states (I'm told
"that username doesn't exist"), and there's no visible way to apply for
an account on that wiki itself. Is there some special trick to it?
If new contributors aren't allowed, could someone who has write access
already add it? All the information is in the below-quoted announcement
message. I was planning to add MDTest to the testing packages too, since
it isn't mentioned there and has been very useful in developing
Oak Circle Software, Inc.
Chad Nelson wrote:
> I'm happy to announce that the Cpp-Markdown project is now available.
> Cpp-Markdown is a Markdown-to-HTML translator written in C++, and meant
> for use within C++ programs (rather than web applications). The code is
> still a little rough around the edges, but the results are pretty good:
> it passes all 23 tests in the Markdown test suite, and 12 of the 17
> tests in the PHP Markdown test suite, of MDTest 1.1.
> It is released under the MIT license, so it can be used in other
> programs (including commercial ones) with almost no limitations.
> Its official site is here: <http://sourceforge.net/projects/cpp-markdown/>
> (I've been trying to add it to the markdown wiki page at
> <http://markdown.infogami.com/> as well, but I can't seem to log in
> there with my reddit.com account information, and there's no visible way
> to apply for an account on that wiki itself. Could someone with
> write-access there add it, please? Thanks.)
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