[pmwiki-users] conditional markup q.
tmdowling at gmail.com
Tue Apr 4 09:38:57 CDT 2006
*Does* this work? Now I can't seem to get it to. Can anyone? I'm now
suspecting that it actually is the equivalent of (:if false:), which
happened to give the same result I was going for when I tested it.
False positive, in other words.
On 4/3/06, Tegan Dowling <tmdowling at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 4/3/06, Allister Jenks <arj at zkarj.co.nz> wrote:
> > On 4/4/06, Tegan Dowling < tmdowling at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >
> > > It's even simpler than your example, if I'm reading your question
> > > correctly - it's just:
> > >
> > > (:if auth edit pagename:) or (:if ! auth edit pagename:)
> > >
> > Zoiks! Just 6 days ago PM was saying he was thinking of adding that
> > syntax in response to my question about how to do exactly that. Has he
> > already done it, or was it always there and he forgot?
> > Tegan, you even replied to the thread. Subject was "Condition on
> > authority to another page" on March 29th.
> Huh. No wonder I wasn't sure if/where/when I'd seen it, and couldn't find
> it in the docs. It was only a maybe. I'm in the middle of discovering all
> kinds of stuff that's now available since I just upgraded from 2.0.12 to
> 2.1.5 - it's hard to take it all in and be sure I'm appreciating all the
> new options that have opened up. Conditionals are especially exciting, and
> also make me especially anxious about not continuing to resort to the same
> old work-arounds. I'm sure glad I decided to just give this a whirl. Does
> it work on your installation, too? Cool, isn't it?
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