Mini guide for helping in this wiki:
=Heading= will give you a big heading like the above.
Using ==, === and ==== will create increasingly smaller headings which are automatically added to the table of contents at the top of the page:
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''italic'' (2 single quotes) makes the word: italic.
'''bold''' (3 single quotes) makes the word bold.
[external] (single square brackets) makes an external web link indicated with a blue arrow icon.
- You can make the link have a specific text like this: [http://www.codegear.com CodeGear HomePage] will give you CodeGear HomePage.
- What makes the separation between text and link is a single space after the url, after that you can continue to add spaces as everything is treated like clear text.
[[internal]] (double square brackets) links towards an article in the wiki. If the article does not exists, the link is red.
- If the word/phrase deserves an article, mark it up! Don't worry about the not (yet) existing article.
- Spaces are translated to underscores automatically, [[Delphi 7]] and [[Delphi_7]] is the same, but the former is preferred for being cleaner.
- You can also make a internal link have a specific text, but for internal link you use the pipe character | , so [[Delphi 7|Delphi Seven]] will make a link that points to Delphi 7 but shows "Delphi Seven".
*ListItem (asterisk beginning the line) gives you an list item:
If you add an extra asterisk, the item is considered a child of the former. Adding **ListItemChild to the previous list item gives:
For numbered lists, use # (sharp) at the beginning of the line:
#One Item #Another Item
- One Item
- Another Item
The number for each item are processed automatically.