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diff --git a/code/delimiters_must_die b/code/delimiters_must_die
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@@ -96,7 +96,7 @@ Lines _start_ with \n, there is single space after numbers, numbers consist of 0

So, to summarize it: very strict format, *NO* escaping, taboo *OR* bytesize delimiting with no fixed lengths.

This kind of escaping is implemented in my serialization format called [[transfer]]. :transfer.

h2. See also

diff --git a/code/galgen/index b/code/galgen/index
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@@ -12,4 +12,4 @@ Or get source: [http://github.com/Voker57/galgen]

h2. Use

See [[manual]].

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See :manual.
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diff --git a/code/reploy/index b/code/reploy/index
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@@ -2,4 +2,4 @@ Reploy is deploying tool, written in Ruby. I decided to write it when i was tire

Currently it supports one target at time, which is drawback from Vlad'n'Cap, but for one-location use it's ok. This may improve over time.

See available [[recipes]] and [[manual]].

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See available :recipes and :manual.
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diff --git a/code/reploy/manual b/code/reploy/manual
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@@ -26,4 +26,4 @@ Reploy.load(:host => "example.com", # remote host
})
task :deploy => ["reploy:merb:deploy"] # shortcut for convenience

You can see more examples [[examples|here]]

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You can see more examples "here":examples
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By Voker57 on 2012-01-29 17:17:28 +0400 Powered by bitcheese wiki engine