GiellaLT provides rule-based language technology aimed at minority and indigenous languages
The jspwiki format gives the possibility to use three levels of headers.
The first level is marked with:
!!!, the second
!! and the third is
!. Paragraphs are made by placing an empty line before and after a
The jspwiki format gives the possibility to use ordered (numbered) and
unordered lists. Both list types can have up to three levels. The
mark is used to make ordered lists, and the
* mark is used to make
#, ##, ### and
*, **, *** gives the
first, second and third levels for respectively ordered and unordered
Emphasis is made by putting
__ (two underscores) before and after the
word one wants to emphasise.
More than two underscores in a row crashes jspwiki output!
Here comes a short documentation, in tabular format.
---- = (hyphen) make a horizontal ruler. Extra '-' is ignored. \\ = force a line break [link] = create a hyperlink to an internal WikiPage called 'Link'. [this is also a link] = create a hyperlink to an internal WikiPage called 'ThisIsAlsoALink' but show the link as typed with spaces. [a sample|link] = create a hyperlink to an internal WikiPage called 'Link', but display the text 'a sample' to the user instead of 'Link'. ~NoLink = disable link creation for the word in CamelCase.  = make a reference to a footnote numbered 1. [#1] = mark the footnote number 1. [[link] = create text '[link]'. !heading = small heading with text 'heading' !!heading = medium heading with text 'heading' !!!heading = large heading with text 'heading' ''text'' = print 'text' in italic. __text__ = print 'text' in bold. = print 'text' in monospaced font. * text = make a bulleted list item with 'text' # text = make a numbered list item with 'text' ;term:ex = make a definition for 'term' with the explanation 'ex' ||table ||header | second | row
There is an example document for testing that documents the features that do work.
Breaking any of the following rules will cause parsing errors and an error message:
The following mark-up won’t cause syntax errors, but it doesn’t parse as intended, and thus produces unwanted XML/HTML: