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WikiPlex v1.2 Released

October 8, 2009 13:46 by matthaw

It's been a few months since the last release of WikiPlex, but I honestly have good reasons - paternity leave! This updated version has taken in a lot of user feedback and put it into action - so thank you for contributing ideas. Since the last release, there's been a steady download of the binaries/source code on a day-to-day basis, and am very happy where it is in the ecosystem.

 

Here's what you'll find in WikiPlex v1.2:

  1. Indentation Macro - This new macro adds support for blockquote indentation. Utilize it similar to the ordered/unordered list macros with the colon character. See this documentation for an example on how to use it.
  2. Silverlight Macro - This macro was updated to support:
    1. Any type of height/width unit (px, pc, pt, em, %, etc).
    2. Require Silverlight 3 as the default. You can optionally revert back to Silverlight 2 with the version=2 parameter.
    3. Support for initialization parameters by supplying any additional key/value parameters in the macro
  3. Video Macro - This macro was updated to support:
    1. A height/width supporting any type (px, pc, pt, em %, etc)
    2. Videos will not auto-start by default.
    3. Soapbox support has been removed
  4. Syntax Highlight Support - Two more languages have been included:
    1. {code:c++} ...Your C++ Code... {code:c++}
    2. {code:java} ...Your Java Code... {code:java}
  5. Updated Sample Application - A WebForms variant was added to the sample application. It can be found under the /WebForms directory.

Unfortunately, I didn't get around to documenting the API, but I've not heard of anyone commenting they can't figure it out - so maybe it'll still happen sometime in the future. As always, if you have any ideas for new macros or extensibility points, please post them in the issue tracker and I'll make sure to look at them!

 

Now, go and download WikiPlex v1.2! Also, don't forget to follow me on Twitter @matthawley

 

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October 9. 2009 09:52

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October 9. 2009 14:40

Good work. I wouldn't worry too much about the doco... if a project is open source I think we are better off looking at the code anyway!!

Paul Kohler

October 9. 2009 19:36

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October 10. 2009 23:45

Hi,
it is better wikiplex will be open source.
wiki is open and close is for html syntax!
;D

محممد امین شریفی

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