[pmwiki-users] Re: Camel Case by Default . . .
dausha at gmail.com
Fri Sep 2 12:52:39 CDT 2005
Yes, I have been humbled. :-( I had not been keeping up on my list reading
and reacted before I had enough information. I did not notice the
2.0release--that's how behind on my reading I'd been. I'll blame it on
On 9/2/05, Neil Herber <nospam at eton.ca> wrote:
> At 2005-09-02 08:10 AM -0500, Ben Wilson is rumored to have said:
> >We're supposed to be documenting PmWiki for its 2.0 release, not asking
> >for nitnoid changes to look more like another wiki. PmWiki is hands down
> >the best wiki product I've used or evaluated. I tell people that I've
> >using it since July 26, 2004. Yes, it was such a breath of fresh
> >then--that I made a point of remembering the date. (It does not hurt that
> >my wedding anniversary is the next day.)
> >Please, let's stop asking for these changes until we finish the
> >documentation. I want the 'beta' moniker removed. :-)
> Unless I am sadly mistaken, version 2.0.0 has been released and the "beta"
> suffix is gone. ;-)
> The discussion about CamelCase linking was sparked by a comment from Pm
> himself. He mused that he would liked to have made CamelCase linking off
> default. It is not a new feature request.
> My nitnoid response that I would like to see CamelCase off by default is
> based on my personal experience. I find it much more aggravating to
> individual links (via backtick) than to enable links I really want via
> [[brackets]]. Besides, someone wanting to make an [[explicit link]] via a
> phrase that is not CamelCase has to learn the brackets code (or use the
> edit button).
> Neil Herber
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