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Java Wikipedia API

The Java Wikipedia API (Bliki engine) is a parser library for converting Wikipedia/Mediawiki syntax to HTML. It supports wiki tags for bold, italic, headers, nowiki, source, table of contents, tables, lists, categories, footnotes (references), images, syntax highlighting of source code fragments, templates, and template parser functions.

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  •  08 Aug 2012 13:18

    Release Notes: Bugfixes and improvements, especially for Wikipedia parser functions like #expr and #ifexpr.

    •  08 Apr 2012 11:18

      Release Notes: This release improves parser template functions and fixes a lot of rendering bugs.

      •  27 Jun 2008 11:55

        Release Notes: The wikipedia CSS style is used in the generated HTML and PDF files. The APIWikiModel downloads images now. Redirected content is parsed in APIWikiModel. New template functions were added: #expr, #ifexpr, lc, lcfirst, ns, #switch, uc, ucfirst, and urlencode. The parser template function mapping was changed: the '#' character must now be prepended in the key. See Configuration.java for an example. Derby Database support was added for the HTML and PDF file creators (see HTMLCreatorTest and PDFCreatorTest in the JUnit module).

        •  04 May 2008 21:05

          Release Notes: This release adds the appendSignature(StringBuilder writer, int numberOfTildes) method to IWikiModel (for first pass TemplateParser). It has improved image format parsing. Only lowercase letters are allowed as plurals (i.e. using plurals like "Dolphins are [[aquatic mammal]]s that are closely related to [[whale]]s and [[porpoise]]s"). Image embedding in PDF documents has been improved.

          •  21 Jan 2008 03:21

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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