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    Unhappy textile help

    Does anyone have any experience with implementing textile into their own home brew cms?

    I am simply trying to add the textile function to a form so that it will parse my content, making it xhtml compliant. I have looked everywhere for an answer to this including the textpattern forums with no luck.

    I would greatly appreciate if anyone has any pointers.

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    I know a guy that wrote a class for this. Let me look it up.

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    Here it is. Not a finished product but it works.

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    I'm sorry. I read your post yesterday under the lingering effects of anastesia from my surgery and missunderstood. Do you mean how to get the seperate textile functions into a form to use with content as you type? Or do you mean how to process the $_POST data in your PHP application? Maybe if you posted some code.


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