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Bug: CommaSeparatedWikiWordRendering

If a user doesn't put spaces into a comma seperated list of WikiNames only the first one gets made into a link..

In my opinion this is not a bug -- HansDonner - 22 Sep 2001

This is debatable - it's generally considered bad punctuation to have a comma without a space, so as Hans points out, it is really the topic that has the bug, not TWiki. -- RichardDonkin - 23 Sep 2001

I agree, it is not a bug.

In fact, I would like to suggest that the whole phrase should be the WikiWord, so WebChanges,WebIndex,WebForm,Main.SvenDowideit should point to a topic called WebChanges,WebIndex,WebForm,Main.SvenDowideit.

I especially would like this as I intend to use the comma-separated form to implement the idea convergence system touched in on TopicsOnlyForNouns.

-- MartinCleaver - 23 Sep 2001

interesting. I consider it a bug in the TWiki code as it is a simple bit of writing that a wiki user might do (admittedly by accident) and expect that the tool (in this case the TWiki) could cope with..

it might be bad punctuation, but even so, the user is never wrong smile

Martin, the convergence idea strikes me a as a very large amount of magic, with quite a lot of relevance to programmers, but what about the other users?

-- SvenDowideit - 23 Sep 2001

About turning the comma seperated (but without spaces) into a new topic: sounds interesting.

-- HansDonner - 23 Sep 2001

I've changed to feature brainstorming as I also don't see this as a bug.

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-- SvenDowideit - 21 Sep 2001

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