The AsciiDoc Fossil backend plugin is hosted on Github, it generates Fossil friendly Wiki markup from AsciiDoc source. As of version 1.0.0 (2012-08-30) the Fossil backend plugin embeds linked images and admonition icons in the wiki documents.
Here are three examples: The first is a minimal example introducing the AsciiDoc format, the second The Brothers Karamazov is a rather long multi-part book and the third The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes includes a front cover image and customized page styling.
Since this blog was written many new features have been added to
blogpost– see blogpost media processing
I make lots of notes using AsciiDoc, the sort of stuff that’s to minor and/or not rigorous enough for formal publication, but possibly useful to others.
So I decided it was about time I started posting my notes to a blog. Creating and maintaining posts using the normal browser based interfaces was not an option – just to tedious for words. So I looked around for an HTML friendly blog host that could make a reasonable job of rendering AsciiDoc generated HTML.