Wiki linking style guide

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Stolen wholesale from BioPerl wiki Style Guide. See also the Site Guidelines.

What you want Enter this To create this
Internal Wiki link [[GMOD_Middleware|GMOD Middleware]] GMOD Middleware
Internal Wiki link w/ display name [[GMOD_Middleware|GMOD middleware meeting]] GMOD middleware meeting
BioPerl wiki link {{BioPerl|Style_guide}} Style_guide
BioPerl interWiki link [[bp:BioPerl:Style_guide|Bioperl Style Guide]] Bioperl Style Guide
Wikipedia interWiki link [[wp:The Beatles|The Fab Four]] The Fab Four
BioPerl module link {{BPM|Bio::SeqIO}} Bio::SeqIO
GMOD SourceForge SVN file/directory {{SF_SVN|schema/trunk/chado/INSTALL.Chado|Chado install instructions}} Chado install instructions
CPAN module link {{CPAN|Class::DBI}} Class::DBI
Bare URL
Display an image [[Image:Bioperl-pub-data.png]] Not working yet
URL w/ display name [ Search Google] Search Google
Put page in category [[Category:Tools]] (link to other Tools in page footer)
Sign your name with date ~~~~ scott 02:11, 28 December 2005 (EST)
Filenames, paths, $ENV_VARS <tt>$PREFIX/lib/</tt> $PREFIX/lib/
Inline code examples <code>$fh->print("BioPerl")</code> $fh->print("BioPerl")
Blocks of code Indent it, or use PRE tags, or custom language tags:
<syntaxhighlight lang="perl">
#!/usr/bin/perl -w
use strict;
use Bio::Perl;
my $db = Bio::DB::GenBank->new<br></syntaxhighlight>
#!/usr/bin/perl -w
use strict;
use Bio::Perl;
my $db = Bio::DB::GenBank->new;