markdown/textile/redcloth support in descriptions and comments

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Id: 53310ae2fbdfb553eb9189c3e33c07911289e6c5
Type: feature
Creation time: 2008-09-03 01:53 GMT
Creator: William Morgan <wmorgan-ditz@...>
Release: unassigned
Component: ditz
Status: unstarted

Issue log

2008-11-08 23:39 GMT Matt Wilson <matt@...> commented
Actually, never mind. As long as when the textile is rendered, it's pulled out and adjusted, then it can be safely stored. I think maybe ditz edit might be better if it broke the issue into components, and then opened each in a temp. Or maybe there could be a ditz edit-description that just does that. (submitted via Sheila by 99.161.134.95 ())
2008-11-08 23:34 GMT Matt Wilson <matt@...> commented
I'm not very familiar with yaml, but it seems like yaml requires that the text for the description field, for example, starts indented two characters in. So, if yaml requires that indentation, then that might not play nice with some of these markup systems that depend on being in the first character in the line. If this is true, what about storing the description text in a separate file, and in the yaml, just storing the path to that file? (submitted via Sheila by 99.161.134.95 ())
2008-09-03 01:53 GMT William Morgan <wmorgan-ditz@...> created