[pmwiki-users] back to teasers :)
john at coxontool.com
Fri Apr 15 08:33:40 CDT 2005
How about a (:teaser:) to complement a (:title:)
On Apr 15, 2005, at 8:48 AM, Radu wrote:
> from Re: [pmwiki-users] Re: page locations WAS: Re: Re: Re: Is there a
> Parse() to Keep()
> At 05:11 AM 4/15/2005, chr at home.se wrote:
>> When I was looking for the documentation, I did a search first for
>> containing "MarkupToHTML(" and then for "Keep(". The first didn't
>> any results, whereas the latter gave some. Of those,
>> never made me think it'd document internal PmWiki functions... So one
>> reason I suggested 'InternalFunctions' was to emphasize that aspect.
>> Perhaps 'PmWikiFunctions' would also be good, but see further down.
>> Anyway, I guess this is a situation where it would have helped if the
>> search function resulted in some teaser text for each page and/or the
>> paragraph surrounding the keyword.
> Ah, yes, the long teaser debate. Did you people reach a conclusion? I
> remember Pm was saying he could Cookbook the solution where the first
> paragraph of a page can be served after the page name upon using an
> argument to pagelist and friends.
> How about if the argument gets a value, it's used to determine how
> long the string will be.
> (:pagelist group=Machine fmt=include section=#Net chars=50:)
> would display:
> :pagename1:<first 50 chars in section #Net on pagename1>
> :pagename2:<first 50 chars in section #Net on pagename2>
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