This started in Support.WebNameAsWikiName
. The current spec is that the Web name cannot be a WikiName
The spec can be relaxed to allow also WikiWords for Web names. The change is in TWikiAlphaRelease
and at TWiki.org, to be in CairoRelease
. Testing is appreciated, e.g. does it work for web creation, topic renames/moves, attachment renames/moves etc.
I did some testing and, as anticipated, found some side-effects: Some places have now question mark links since web names get linked to non-existing topics. That is, templates and skins need to be updated: A stand alone
) within the
tag) needs to be escaped if preceeded by space or parenthesis, e.g. like
| ATTENTION SKIN DEVELOPERS:
|| Your skin should be upgraded if it has standalone
The same issue possibly occures in topic text, especially in the TWiki
web. This needs to be investigated, help is appreciated.
- 22 Mar 2003
I fixed some topic text in the TWiki web. Doc in ManagingWebs
is updated as well.
- 23 Mar 2003
I've posted an addition to FindElsewherePlugin
for systems running WebNameAsWikiName
such that WikiWords
that should be a reference to a the name of anotherWeb get pointed at otherWeb.WebHome
- 25 May 2003
I've updated WebSiteTools
to fix a problem whereby the
would be linked as a WikiWord
on the front page of a web using a WikiWord
as its name. Not very elegant using noautolink, but nop would not work in this case.
- 01 Feb 2004
The noautolink tag should only be used on a line by itself. Why does nop not work?
- 01 Feb 2004
This topic is marked as FeatureDone
but has 0% DocProgress
. It looks like Peter updated some documentation in the TWiki web so can it be set to 100% or is there more to do (so it should be set to DocsToDo
- 21,23 Apr 2004
Reassigned to PeterThoeny
, because nothing involving ColasNahaboo
is getting completed and we really don't want to have to strip this feature back out for Cairo.....
- 01 Jul 2004
fixes to templates refactored to DefaultTemplatesSupportWebNameAsWikiWord
- 22 Apr 2005