Why does NME seem to support "extensions" ?

Asked by Singpolyma on 2009-02-09

http://www.wikicreole.org/wiki/Creole1.0 does not seem to list some of the syntax supported by NME (such as ^^, ##, ,, , __ or reserved << sequences)

Is this NME supporting an older draft of Creole, or are these extensions of some kind?

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Singpolyma (singpolyma) said : #1

It also seems that NME comes close to, but does not quite, pass http://www.wikicreole.org/attach/Creole1.0TestCases/creole1.0test.txt

Singpolyma (singpolyma) said : #2

Ah, I have now found http://wiki.wikicreole.org/Creole%201.0/additions
You should consider referencing it in the documentation :)

Yves Piguet (yves-piguet) said : #3

Except foo://bar which matches the URL syntax (see RFC rfc1738), everything else looks fine. There are options to disable "additions" and to enable automatic conversion of HTTP URLs.

Have I missed something?

Singpolyma (singpolyma) said : #4

As I said, I found the additions page shortly after asking this question :)