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Pulled this out of the NewBugTemplate and reset the template. -- JohnRouillard - 07 Aug 2002

Bug: anchor tags in list

if I place an anchor tag in an ordered list, it treats the line as the start of a new list. you'll find in my example that the fourth item becomes the start of a new list as does the fifth item. As to why would anyone place an anchor tag in the middle of a list, I'm using twiki to record requirements and tasks associated with those requirements. I place links in the task document to the requirements in cases where the requirements are very specific. Frequently, requirements are embedded as lists hence the requirements for placing an anchor tag in the middle of a list.

Test case

  1. first item
  2. second item
  3. third item
1 fourth item
  1. fifth item

Environment

TWiki version: Dec 01, 2001
TWiki plugins: none
Server OS: linux
Web server: Apache
Perl version: 5.6.1
Client OS: Windows 2000
Web Browser: Mozilla

-- EricSJohansson - 06 Aug 2002

This is current spec, an anchor can only be defined at the beginning of a line. This in turn starts a new numbered list.

Changed from BugReport to FeatureEnhancementRequest.

Any idea for a clean syntax? I prefer not to relax the syntax to allow #AnyAnchor anywhere in text because this would give false hits.

-- PeterThoeny - 10 Aug 2002

Just trying to make some suggestion in the interest of brainstorming -- how about ##AnyAnchor?

-- RandyKramer - 12 Aug 2002

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