I am using what I think is TWiki 4.0 Dakar - at least, it contains the topic TWiki/TWikiReleaseNotes04x00x00
I am using subwebs - nested directories. EnableHierarchicalWebs
Say that I am in wiki web "Web" editing "SomePage". Say that I have a subweb "SubWeb". Say that I write the text "SubWeb" in SomePage
. Now let me view SomePage
When I view SomePage
is rendered as if it is a link to a page that does not exist. I.e. in the default skin in is greyed. with a question mark.
However, when I click on the question mark, I am taken, not to the wiki edit link for a new page SubWeb
.txt, but to the wiki edit link for Web/SubWeb/WebHome.
I think the edit behavior is correct - references to Web/SubWeb
should go to Web/SubWeb.WebHome
I think that rendering "SubWeb" as a nonexistent link is the bug.
I argue that this is a Normal priority bug, bnot a Low priority bug, because it really is a bug, and it really does negatively impact the usability of SubWebs
Yes: I do
names that are WikiWords
. (1) Nothing prevents me. (2) The old TWiki restriction that web names could not be WikiWords
was very annoying.
I find that using slashes between Web/SubWeb
, but dots between Web.SomePage
, is quite disconcerting. Especially when it produces the weird hybrid Web/SubWeb.SomePage
. But this should be a different bug report - I am just noticing it here because I find reading Web/SubWeb.SomePage
confusing, even though that is what TWiki gives me.
I have attached screenshots demonstrating the bug (plus another bug).
The behaviour has changed since then, and is as documented.