renggli at gmail.com
Mon May 29 05:27:29 UTC 2006
> It says that XHTML tags are accepted, does this include the CDATA tag,
> could this be used, or can one disable XML markup temporarily. I did try
> this without success.
I don't know.
> Is there a way to cross reference to other wikis in SqeakSource easily,
> or do you need to use http://
No, both approaches are currently not working, but this could be fixed
> I am thinking of using this wiki extensively, as I learn about squeak I
> plan to document my findings there, if I feel there are any pages that
> contribute to documenting squeak then I will tag them *doc* , or is
> there an accepted protocol for doing this.
> Finally, if you put < into the wiki it displays it as <, but when you
> edit the page again the source is now '<' not < as it should be. This
> kind of ruins any attempt to solve this displaying source problem. I
> thought it was standard practice in wikis to escape such things.
Well it is written with very few lines of code only and since nobody
used it so far you are the first one to discover those bugs.
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