|Re: Asciidoc support? [message #1049170 is a reply to message #1049124]
||Thu, 25 April 2013 13:17
| Alex Lagarde
Registered: May 2010
first of all thanks for asking :)
There are 2 ways of integrating Asciidoc inside Intent:
 Use asciidoc as an export format for the Intent document.
 Directly use the asciidoc inside Intent editor to write the
 is pretty straightfoward: as the Intent document is stored as a
model, it is easy to define Acceleo generators for exporting the
documentation. The default export format is HTML Bootstrap (see
for getting the source of the acceleo generator), but we are also
working on a LaTeX export (
For someone familiar with the Asiidoc syntax, it can be done quite quickly.
 is more tricky. Although Intent clearly aims at being extensible in
regards to the syntax it is using inside the Intent editor, there are
many points (syntax highlighting & completion for example) that are not
yet extensible. So I would say that it will be possible in the future,
but that it would be hard to do with the current 0.8 API.
I Hope I've answered you question, please do not hesitate to spam me if
you have feedback or other feature requests !
Le 25/04/2013 13:58, Max Rydahl Andersen a écrit :
> Alex asked me to post this here:
> "Mylyn Intent looks interesting http://wiki.eclipse.org/Intent wonder
> if it could be integrated with asciidoc instead of html..."
> Now with asciidoctor.org having java hooks for asciidoc this might be
> doable ?
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