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Bug: Trying to use a fixed text containing a # fails in headers

If you create a header (I don't think it matters what level) containing a # in fixed text, like this:

---+++ This =#include= breaks

the header will be formatted very incorrectly.

Hmm... it seems to work on TWiki.org. Maybe it's a Perl version issue?

Test case

  • Create a header as above and see how it's formatted

Environment

TWiki version: 01 Dec 2001
TWiki plugins:  
Server OS: FreeBSD
Web server: Apache
Perl version: 5.005_03
Client OS: Linux
Web Browser: Galeon

-- PaulSmith - 11 Jan 2002

Fix record

This is a duplicate of TocFailsWithFormattings.

-- PeterThoeny - 11 Jan 2002

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