Creole is an actively used text markup language created in 2007. Creole is a lightweight markup language, aimed at being a common markup language for wikis, enabling and simplifying the transfer of content between different wiki engines.. Read more on Wikipedia...

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  • Creole ranks in the top 20% of languages
  • the Creole wikipedia page
  • Creole first appeared in 2007
  • file extensions for Creole include creole
  • See also: xml, mediawiki, tiddlywiki
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Example code from the web:

* Bullet list
* Second item
** Sub item

# Numbered list
# Second item
## Sub item

Example code from Linguist:

= Creole

Creole is a Creole-to-HTML converter for Creole, the lightweight markup
language (http://wikicreole.org/). Github uses this converter to render *.creole files.

Project page on github:

* http://github.com/minad/creole

Travis-CI:

* https://travis-ci.org/minad/creole

RDOC:

* http://rdoc.info/projects/minad/creole

== INSTALLATION

{{{
gem install creole
}}}

== SYNOPSIS

{{{
require 'creole'
html = Creole.creolize('== Creole text')
}}}

== BUGS

If you found a bug, please report it at the Creole project's tracker
on GitHub:

http://github.com/minad/creole/issues

== AUTHORS

* Lars Christensen (larsch)
* Daniel Mendler (minad)

== LICENSE

Creole is Copyright (c) 2008 - 2013 Lars Christensen, Daniel Mendler. It is free software, and
may be redistributed under the terms specified in the README file of
the Ruby distribution.

Example code from Wikipedia:

|=  |= table |= header |
| a | table  | row     |
| b | table  | row     |

Last updated July 22nd, 2019