[pmwiki-users] formatting pre-formatted text!
Patrick R. Michaud
pmichaud at pobox.com
Sat Sep 2 23:31:58 CDT 2006
On Sat, Sep 02, 2006 at 10:11:24PM -0500, Tegan Dowling wrote:
> On 9/2/06, Mohamed El Dawy <msdawy at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > First, thanks a lot for doing PMWiki. I really love it. It is amazing.
> > I am trying to include a few lines of source code on my wiki page, so i put
> > them in a preformatted tag like this...
> > [@
> > source code goes here
> > @]
> > Now, here is the tricky thing. I am trying to make certain lines of the code
> > bold. I need this to point out the changes made to a previous piece of code.
> > Now, if i try this...
> > [@
> > ''' cout<<"hello world"<<endl; '''
> > @]
> > the line of code is displayed with 3 quotes before and after (not made
> > bold).
Yes, because PmWiki won't interpret things inside of [@...@]
(because there's not much way to know if it's code or markup).
> > is there anyway to achieve this? I have to use the preformatted tag to
> > preserve the indentation.
> would this be an acceptable work-around?
> @@ ''' cout<<"hello world"<<endl; ''' @@
Try just leading spaces on the line, without anything around it:
If it's in the middle of a code segment, then perhaps the following
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