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Copy-and-pasting works, but yuck!


You don't use search very often, do you? Otherwise you would easily have found TWiki:Codev.CloneTopicLinkUnderMore.

You also don't return to your own TWiki:Codev.FeatureRequests, otherwise you would have read my comment at TWiki:Codev.AddCopyTopic.

Well, we members of the TWiki:Codev.TWikiCommunity are used to answer all kinds of (...) questions patiently (over and over again, cause (...) people don't RTFM)

-- TWiki:Main.FranzJosefSilli

I think it should be in the standard oopmore, not something that people add. As to it being non-wiki-like, I use it primarily with searches that I'm going to then modify, and things like that. When you're developing a TWikiApplication, one often has boilerplate code that one reuses with modifications.

As to searching, this directly relates to all of the cruft debate. I've pretty much given up on searching because I get so many false hits.

ML

ItemTemplate
Summary Need Copy topic, not just move and rename
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.MeredithLesly
Codebase

SVN Range Mon, 13 Mar 2006 build 9258
AppliesTo Engine
Component

Priority Enhancement
CurrentState New
WaitingFor

TargetRelease n/a
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Topic revision: r5 - 2006-03-16 - MeredithLesly
 
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