How to apply Creole syntaw in "conditionnal"

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asked Jan 13, 2014 in Wanted features by Jean-Michel (180 points)

I don't know if it's more a bug or a wanted feature. Probably more a wanted feature : it would be nice to have the Creole syntax in conditionnal, as we have it in regular nodes :

In conditionnal :

if (= my heading graphviz installed?\n----* Bullet list
* Second item
** Sub item)

could work exactly as in normal node :

:= my heading graphviz installed?\n----* Bullet list
* Second item
** Sub item;

except ... the frame is not the same.

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 Answer

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answered Jan 14, 2014 by plantuml (226,400 points)

Very good idea!
This has been implemented in the following beta
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/13064071/plantuml.jar

@startuml
:start;
if (some **creole**
on several lines
|= table |= header |
| a1 | a2 |
| b1 | b2 |
====
a test
-- my title --
* dummy) then (yes)
:me;
endif
if (==0==
==1==
==2==
==3==
==4==
==5==
==6==
* foo) then (yes)
:me;
endif
@enduml


Repeat and while loop will be supported.
Feedback & tests welcome!
 

commented Jan 25, 2014 by Jean-Michel (180 points)
Tested : it's ok.

Thks !
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