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Comment:Fix a typo in the wiki documentation.
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User & Date: drh 2016-05-30 10:14:52
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2016-05-30
11:23
Enhance the files_of_checkin virtual table so that it can work as a table valued function, allowing queries such as: "SELECT * FROM files_of_checkin('version-1.34');" check-in: 24cfcee7 user: drh tags: trunk
10:14
Fix a typo in the wiki documentation. check-in: bce6bec7 user: drh tags: trunk
00:42
Improvements to the /timeline documentation. check-in: e448abd0 user: drh tags: trunk
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The [/wiki_rules | formatting rules for fossil wiki]
are designed to be simple and intuitive.  The idea is that wiki provides
paragraph breaks, numbered and bulleted lists, and hyperlinking for
simple documents together with a safe subset of HTML for more complex
formatting tasks.

The [/md_rules | Markdown formatting rules] are more complex, but
are also more widely know, and are thus provided as an alternative.

<h2>Stand-alone Wiki Pages</h2>

Each wiki page has its own revision history which is independent of
the sequence of check-ins (check-ins).  Wiki pages can branch and merge
just like check-ins, though as of this writing (2008-07-29) there is
no mechanism in the user interface to support branching and merging.







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The [/wiki_rules | formatting rules for fossil wiki]
are designed to be simple and intuitive.  The idea is that wiki provides
paragraph breaks, numbered and bulleted lists, and hyperlinking for
simple documents together with a safe subset of HTML for more complex
formatting tasks.

The [/md_rules | Markdown formatting rules] are more complex, but
are also more widely known, and are thus provided as an alternative.

<h2>Stand-alone Wiki Pages</h2>

Each wiki page has its own revision history which is independent of
the sequence of check-ins (check-ins).  Wiki pages can branch and merge
just like check-ins, though as of this writing (2008-07-29) there is
no mechanism in the user interface to support branching and merging.