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Summary
Detect trail page nesting errors
Type
Addition
Raised by
John Rankin
Date opened
Tuesday, 11 September 2007
Description
When it typesets a trail page, the publishing engine expects the trail entries will form a properly nested hierarchy. The level of the item in the list defines the level of the item in the hierarchy — section, subsection, subsubsection, … If the list omits an item level, for example, the list starts with “** item” instead of “* item”, the result is an invalid document hierarchy. The document will start with a subsection instead of with a section, which is invalid.
Importance
4
Proposed solution
It should be able to detect gaps in the hierarchy and insert “undefined element” headings. The author can then deal with these as appropriate, by changing the indentation, inserting new list items to fill the gaps, or by omitting the incorrectly nested items using an “invisible stop” (`. markup) at the start of the line.
Urgency
2
Status
Closed
Resolution
Fixed in Wikipublisher version 2.1.6, released Thursday, 20 September 2007.
Date closed
Thursday, 20 September 2007

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