XBBCode now available through SVN
It's actually been some time since I began using my own SVN repository for the XBBCode module (described in more detail in earlier posts). It's far more convenient than the combination of Dreamweaver and vim I have been using before.
Also, I have made it publically available, so if you have an SVN client (which you undoubtedly do if you have Linux), you can now get the current version by checking out the repository at this URL:
Oh, and I've been working on a lists extension that makes use of some of the cooler things that CSS 2.0 can do.
Currently, XBBCode supports both the basic tags that any BBCode implementation has (emphasis, font-styling, links and images) and also a more advanced syntax-highlighting functionality that requires a few extra PHP libraries to be downloaded.