add AsciiDoc support?

Asked by Jens Getreu on 2012-10-13

Hello,

thanks for this nice little editor.

Do you consider adding AsciiDoc support to it?

Best regards

Jens

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Dmitry Shachnev
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2012-10-16
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2012-10-16
Dmitry Shachnev (mitya57) said : #1

This markup language looks nice to me, but it seems it's a bit broken — it doesn't work with the latest versions of Python. I can add a support once it's fixed.

By the way, ReText (4.0) is now using pymarkups (https://launchpad.net/python-markups) which supports custom markups — so the support should be added there, not in ReText directly.

Jens Getreu (getreu) said : #2

Yes. for the moment AsciiDoc works with python 2 only. I posted a request to
https://groups.google.com/d/topic/asciidoc/0p8l1qD8-40/discussion

Let's presume AsciiDoc for python 3 is available. What needs to be done next?
How do you estimate the workload?

Best Dmitry Shachnev (mitya57) said : #3

> Let's presume AsciiDoc for python 3 is available. What needs to be done next?
> How do you estimate the workload?

The workload will be adding one small file (I hope the API isn't overcomplicated), pymarkups will do the rest and asciidoc will show as available markup in ReText :)

Jens Getreu (getreu) said : #4

Thank you Dmitry.

I posted your answer to:

https://groups.google.com/d/topic/asciidoc/0p8l1qD8-40/discussion

Kind regards

Jens