bryan over at Pipedot has released the source code for Pipecode, the software running pipedot.
Pipecode is written in PHP and the code is using the GPLv3.
They'll schedule the vote on that after the community decides on the name
(I tried closing my sarcasm tag, but it didn't show up on the preview.)
Well, then you probably just have to continue being sarcastic :-)
my sarcasm tagIt has been noted that I often miss the mirth in a situation, so forgive me if that is the case.
OTOH, if you are completely serious, tag types that are not explicitly supported are stripped away by the Comments engine.If you want < (less than) and > (greater than) to appear with your fictional tags, you must substitute some markup. [google.com]
You could always take the approach of writing /s at the end of sarcasm, [s]around it with brackets[/s], or using parenthesis with italics (like this, as if you couldn't imagine it yourself). Those are the methods I borrowed from others long ago, at least.
(Or just use the simple way of just writing & gt; and & lt; without the spaces.)
& gt; and & lt; without the spaces
You mean, > and <? Then why not simply write that? Hint: &
Thanks for the tips!