[pmwiki-users] block preformat, spaceless?
nospam at eton.ca
Fri Mar 18 14:56:38 CST 2005
At 2005-03-19 07:42 AM +1100, A Kabaila is rumored to have said:
>On Saturday 19 March 2005 03:42, pmwiki-users-request at pmichaud.com wrote:
> > I still can't figure out how to wrap the following inside (:markup:) [= ...
> > =] and have it display properly:
> > [=
> > An item
> > Another item
> > A third item =]
>Forgive the confusion of old, but I do not understand your problem. I just
>tried the following markup:
> %green% =] And is this text red or green? No, it remains black, since
> the two
>markups are in special "code killing" brackets.
>And got the following result:
>%red% %green% And is this text red or green? No, it remains black, since the
>two markups are in special "code killing" brackets.
>The above seems to indicate that [= xxx =] works ok.
>BTW, I could not stop ~~~~ completely by putting it in brackets thus:
>This seems to get partly parsed on the first parsing of the page. It becomes
>difficult to show how to use ~~~~ to the end users.
>I hope to miss having to go to the corner again...
The problem is evident (and impossible to describe on a PmWiki page) if you
enter the following into an edit window and look at the rendered result:
=====example starts below====
A third item =]
========example ends above===
Ideally, when rendered this should show a split box with this in the top:
A third item =]
and this in the bottom:
A third item
But what you get looks nothing like that.
As to your question about the four tildes, it is answered here:
under "Displaying directives"
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