apples,, oranges,, pears
grapefruit,, passion-fruit,, grapes
bananas,, lychees,, mangos
It's not public yet, but it will be available in the next installer.
Also, although GeekWeaver is designed to be written in an outliner, I'm close to a plain-text mode which will look something like the above.
But I have a problem which I'm still not sure of how to solve. GW has to preserve literal text. So using spaces for indentation like Python is not so easy.
could mean either a node "abc" with a child "xyz" or two nodes at the same depth : "abc" and " xyz". How can we tell the two apart?
Currently my plain text parser works with code that looks like this :
Which keeps the continuity with wiki-markup and disambiguates from
But it's pretty ugly if you really were going to do any serious programming with it.