[pmwiki-users] Lithuanian - Names of Pages
Patrick R. Michaud
pmichaud at pobox.com
Mon Dec 5 10:34:34 CST 2005
On Mon, Dec 05, 2005 at 06:08:14PM +0200, Andrius Kulikauskas wrote:
> [[Test Page]] yields:
> but [[test page]] yields:
> See the pages... It would be good if they went to the same page,
> preferably TestPage.
It's supposed to work that way. Could you quickly verify that
you have the most recent version of the scripts/xlpage-utf-8.php
It seems to be working for me at
http://www.pmichaud.com/sandbox/lt/pmwiki.php -- both [[test page]]
and [[Test Page]] are going to the same location.
> Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> >On Mon, Dec 05, 2005 at 05:36:03PM +0200, Andrius Kulikauskas wrote:
> >>Lithuanian is similar to English in that it is based on the Latin
> >>alphabet. What's happening now is that when a phrase is used as a wiki
> >>word, then all of its letters are run together without any spaces, and
> >>also there is no capitalization of either the first word or the
> >>subsequent words. Is capitalization possible with UTF-8? It would be
> >>good to have a uniform resolution of the wiki words because otherwise
> >>we're getting lower case and upper case variation of the same words and
> >>For our wiki I think the best behavior would be as in English that when
> >>a phrase is used as a wiki word, then the name for the associated page
> >>is given as capitalized words without any spaces in between, for
> >>example: NameOfPage Currently, I'm getting nameofpage Nameofpage etc.
> >Hmmm, I'm not entirely understanding the question. If you're using
> >NameOfPage as a wikiword, then the resulting page name should be
> >NameOfPage -- PmWiki doesn't change the capitalization of wikiwords.
> >However, if you're using [[name of page]] as a page link (not a
> >wikiword), then PmWiki converts that to NameOfPage as the page name.
> >Same thinkg for [[Name of page]] and [[Name Of Page]] -- all of them
> >are supposed to be converted into NameOfPage for the pagename.
> >The utf-8 handler is supposed to understand and properly convert capitals
> >for [[page links]], but PHP doesn't provide any convenient mechanism for
> >non-ASCII uppercase and lowercase letters in WikiWords. So, the best
> >bet is to always use double brackets to denote page links, and that
> >should work everywhere. (English/US-ASCII wikiwords should still work
> >if wikiwords are enabled, however.)
> >Hope this helps,
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