When using EditChapterPlugin
if you edit a section that use
to prevent WikiWords from becoming links, the ! will be removed, causing the item to become a Link.
It seems to work ok if the ! is at the start of a line, but after a * or in the middle of sentence the ! is removed from the whole Topic not just the section being edited.
- 15 Jan 2008
Hm. Can't reproduce. Could you please create a testcase what exactly you entered in a
verbatim test case
- 14 Feb 2008
This is some text in line !ButSome !WikiWords have ! instead of <nop>
Now if this is in a section and you edit with !EditChapterPlugin
The ! will go away turning it back into a Link, most likely with a ? link to create a new page, since it was not meant to be a link (reason for !).
!ButStarting a line with ! seems to be ok. Let me know if you still do not see it.
I am running This site is running TWiki version TWiki-4.1.2, Sat, 03 Mar 2007, build 13046, Plugin API version 1.11
EditChapterPlugin (1.0, $Rev: 16134 (03 Jan 2008) $): An easy sectional edit facility
- 15 Feb 2008
Argh this really only happens on TWiki engines before 4.2. TWiki-4.2 protects textareas in
. This feature is not present in TWiki-4.1.2. I will add a workaround to surround the result of EXTRACTCHAPTER with
to persuade it not to touch the text inside textareas.
- 13 Mar 2008
Scott, can you still reproduce it with the latest version 1.14?
- 29 Apr 2008
Just saw your message, and updated to 1.14 (with everything else the same), and yes it is still still broke. But looking at your change notices you pulled the literal hack out, guess you were hoping some other part fixed it... ;-). Item5251 also still breaks.
The other strange thin I saw was initially I was not getting the icons after the headers to edit, until I did an actual edit (don't think it matter which page), then things started to allow me to edit sections, just a strange thing to note...
Let me know if there is more you want me to try..
- 06 May 2008
The "literal" hack did not work on my install, although I might see what makes this fail on a 4.1.2: textareas are explicitly protected in 4.2 from being touched by the renderer. I think best would be to backport that fix to 4.1.2, shipping it as a patch together with this plugin...
- 06 May 2008
ok let me know, will grab the patch and try it on my system.
- 07 May 2008