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30 March 2005 at 07:34 PM by John Rankin -
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:Resolution:It all just worked. We aim to make as few changes as are necessary to achieve the desired results.

:Date closed:2005-03-30
23 March 2005 at 10:08 AM by John Rankin -
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:Summary:another test, baby

:Type:Test

:Raised by
:[[~jcg]]

:Date opened:2005-03-10

:Description:It's suitable when you need more than a custom $DefaultPageTextFmt, less than the riches of the FGS.

The wiki pages created via this method use only standard

wiki markup, which is both a strength and a weakness. If
and when pmwiki introduces
a <div id=...> markup, various
new things will become possible.

There is an example of it in use at
http://intranet
.affinity.co.nz/pmwiki2/index.php?n=Issues.Issues

Comments and suggestions welcome.

:Importance:2

:Proposed solution:i wish i knew!

:Urgency:5

:Status:Confirmed
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:Summary:how easy is it to extend tbook?

:Type:Question

:Raised by:
[[~John Rankin]]

:Date opened:2005-03-15

:Description:We have some mismatches between wiki markup and tbook elements. Do we:
# use
the tbook dtd as the core, but add capabilities to cover features available in wiki markup but not in tbook; or
# use the xhtml dtd as the core, with
a supplement to cover cases where PmWiki uses styles to represent semantic constructs



:Importance:5

:Proposed solution:There is no free lunch
. We decided to pursue the first option initially, as this appears to be less work. James noted that use of XSLT may create a maintenance problem later. There are 3 areas for trial:
* processing newline characters [\\=] at the end of a line
* inline markups like '+big+' and '-small-' with no tbook equivalent
* controlling heading levels, which may not nest properly

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Urgency:4

:Status:Active
14 March 2005 at 04:45 PM by John Rankin -
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:Description:It's suitable when you need more than a custom
$DefaultPageTextFmt, less than the riches of the FGS.
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:Description:It's suitable when you need more than a custom $DefaultPageTextFmt, less than the riches of the FGS.
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:Summary:another test, baby

:Type:Test

:Raised by:[[~jcg]]

:Date opened:2005-03-10

:Description:It's suitable when you need more than a custom
$DefaultPageTextFmt, less than the riches of the FGS.

The wiki pages created via this method use only standard
wiki markup, which is both a strength and a weakness. If
and when pmwiki introduces a <div id=...> markup, various
new things will become possible.

There is an example of it in use at
http://intranet.affinity.co.nz/pmwiki2/index.php?n=Issues.Issues

Comments and suggestions welcome.

:Importance:2

:Proposed solution:i wish i knew!

:Urgency:5

:Status:Confirmed

:Resolution:

:Date closed:
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