[typo] Markdown Textfilter

Jonathan Younger jonathan at daikini.com
Wed Nov 16 17:02:14 EST 2005

Would the sanitize function work for this?



On Nov 16, 2005, at 1:33 PM, Scott Laird wrote:

> On Nov 16, 2005, at 12:40 PM, Mike Purvis wrote:
>> I'm hoping there's some easy way to do this. Basically, I really like
>> Markdown. A lot more than Textile. So I currently have my Typo set to
>> use Markdown for both entries and comments.
>> One of my favourite features is the ability to just use HTML in  
>> places
>> where there isn't a markdown equivalent. However, this is not
>> acceptable
>> for the comment box... how can I have the comment box use a slightly
>> modified Markdown that always encodes angle brackets?
> Right now, comments *always* have < and > encoded before the text
> filters get their hands on them.  Look for the HTML filter; that's
> what it does.  I'd love to see a 'safe HTML' filter that takes <a>
> (without any javascript additions), <p>, <table>, etc.  If we had
> one, then we could use that instead of the strict HTML filter and
> comments would be a bit more flexible.
> Scott
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