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en:why [2018/07/30 11:24]
Andreas Gohr
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 )). This means there has to be a conversion back and forth between HTML and Wiki syntax. From Wiki syntax to HTML this is simple, the other direction is more complicated: a complex system must be meaningfully converted into a less complex one. )). This means there has to be a conversion back and forth between HTML and Wiki syntax. From Wiki syntax to HTML this is simple, the other direction is more complicated: a complex system must be meaningfully converted into a less complex one.
  
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 The traditional approach quickly reaches its limits: what if I insert a red text (for example, using Copy'n'Paste) into the WYSIWYG editor? Red text is valid HTML and is first displayed as such by the browser. However on saving to wiki syntax, the red will be lost of course. That means I no longer have a true "What you see is what you get" Editor anymore. I see red text, but I get black text. The traditional approach quickly reaches its limits: what if I insert a red text (for example, using Copy'n'Paste) into the WYSIWYG editor? Red text is valid HTML and is first displayed as such by the browser. However on saving to wiki syntax, the red will be lost of course. That means I no longer have a true "What you see is what you get" Editor anymore. I see red text, but I get black text.
en/why.txt ยท Last modified: 2018/07/30 11:25 by Andreas Gohr