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  • You will see many <nop> tags in the tooltip

-- PTh

svn:8282 -- SD

svn:8282 has been reverted as it caused Item1403 -- SD

The right solution to this is to handle <verbatim> tags properly (instead of the current nasty line-oriented hack). You could then write:
$text = "<verbatim>$text</verbatim>";
around any region you wanted to protect. And verbatim would start working like a proper HTML tag, which, given the syntax adopted for it, it ought to do.


i suspect that you are wrong smile the problem seems to me that we are doing a TWiki rendering of a string inside a CGI::A string attribute - which is probably unforgivable for any attribute....

adding verbatim tags is not (i think, but i'll test it) any better than nop, as either way, the string attrib would contain the excaped tag, but without the escaped tag, the TML gets processed into wronguns

-- SD

OK, you are right. Pragmatic solution in SVN 8299.


Summary Tooltip info shows <nop> tags
ReportedBy PeterThoeny

SVN Range Thu, 12 Jan 2006 build 8253
AppliesTo Engine

Priority Normal
CurrentState Closed

Checkins 8282 8299
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Topic revision: r8 - 2006-01-15 - CrawfordCurrie
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