Syntax (status:Draft; version:HEAD)
## doctype=t3g; version=head; manual=http://t3g.org/_syntax_head.html
## valid t3g must be started with ^^^ one empty or pseudo comment that contains pragma instructions
## T3G SYNTAX
.title: T3G Syntax
.description: official syntax manual
.mime-type: text/t3g-document; text/t3g; text/plain;
.access: public, worldwide
.license: MIT License
T3G (pronounced as [trig])
T3G is the human-machine-readable markup language
for creating tree/graph structed documents,
extended with tag-objects, hashtags and other features.
The format is aimed to handling text documents with structure binds,
it remains easy, like editing text in a simple text editor.
Also, it promises more efficiency instead of using appearance formats
like markdown or only structure forced like xml,json and
more handy than TeX or similar.
.Any record in the T3G-document is named the nodeline (a semantic/logical block)
.Each nodeline begins with a bullet (dot symbol "."),
and continues on the next lines (until a new bullet of the next nodeline).
You can freely use dots ... among of the textbody of a nodeline,
because only first dot in a new line signed as bullet.
.Sub-nodelines must be indented with one <tab> (not spaces) relatively previous nodeline.
However, styling of nodeline itself is admits
any indents with tabs or spaces within nodeline textbody.
This is also admits skipping any ^^^ numbers of a lines.
All you need to keep nodeline borders is the bullets.
. It's very simple to watch:
. the number of bullets
is always equal
. to the number
. and indicates their beginnings. ## 4 bullets = 4 different nodelines
.tagname: nodeline is can be started with a semantic tagname that ends by colon (:),
the tagname may contains letters, digits and other symbols, but not spaces.
.tag1.tag2: tagname is can represents as dot-splitted object style
.tag1,tag2: tagname is can contains inline set of tags
.tag1+tag2: tagname is can contains complex expression for math sets or similar
.__body: is reserved word and can't be used for tagname
.!nodeline is may contains a modificator -- the special symbol after bullet, that means several state of nodeline,
.-striked out task
.^tag: raised/picked up task
.in the text body of nodeline may be used several variables:
#hashtag - is the label for reference to most used name, brand or like other: #blockchain #btc #linux #oracle
@@user or @@GROUP - for verbosing users or roles in several use cases
$$var(value) - variable with value
~~link - link to:
~~path.of.tag.to.nodeline - link within current document
~~/path/to/document~~tag.to - link to relative path to other documents and their nodelines
~~http://site.com - link to web resource or other resource begins by protocol
~~[m]http://imgur.com/image.png - [modificator] for links, it may be [embed] for several kind of T3G-document
\. use backslash for escaping special symbols: . $ @ # ~
## comment begins with two hashes and continues to the end of line.
.All nodelines in T3G-document build namespace which started from the root of a document,
and have access to the following structure:
by path of the form: .A.B.C. ## this path refers to "something two"
 is used for addressing to untagged nodelines
if tagged nodelines or .A.[1..10]
or direct accesing to a uniq tagname like: .SomeUniqTag
But, rules of human or machine handling T3G-document isn't a part of T3G specification,
and may be implements
.^dev: to develop the website with #blockchain for @@john $$time(start=2017-10-12;end=2017-10-20)
.^proj: make blueprint of website @@peter ## raised task branch
.ui: to design interface @@maria
.code: coding website engine @@ewan
.deploy: upload website on a webserver in #hosting at ~~http://hoster.com
.demo: show to customer
## T3G DOCUMENTS
.FileExtensions: t3g-environment uses two-step file extension template -- filename.class.ext
.T3G-Document: is the source of text data in t3g-syntax and that can based on T3G-schema,
.filetemplate: filename.doc.t3g -- points to document class in t3g-format
.T3G-Schema: document as a schema of a t3g-document and that are declared:
.filetemplate: filename.scm.t3g -- points to schema class in t3g-format
.set of options
.base/valid structure: working and service sections (like attachment or )
.handlers and rules
.schema and rules of document rendering:
.as a case for enhancing in-schema scenario scripting, it can be used Python3 as common language
by special syntax like PSP (Python Server Pages) or Parser3