[pmwiki-users] Issue with accented letter in link (with alternate page name in config)
5ko at 5ko.fr
Sun Oct 15 15:11:34 CDT 2017
On 2017-10-11 22:25, ABClf wrote:
> Just testing 2.2.103 on a new local installation (but probably not
> related to that version) : I'm facing an issue for links with accented
> french letter, when using dedicated alternate pagename in config.
> I believe the snippet given in Cookbook/AlternateNamingScheme is doing
> something I didn't expect.
> In my config :
> $MakePageNamePatterns = array(
> "/'/" => '', # strip single-quotes
> "/[^$PageNameChars]+/" => ' ', # convert everything else to
> '/((^|[^-\\w])\\w)/' => PCCF("return strtoupper(\$m);"),
> "/\\s+/" => '-');
When using international characters and UTF-8 the function strtoupper
will not work well. The file scripts/xlpage-utf-8.php a working way to
capitalize international characters, it may look complicated but you can
simply copy the part you need:
$MakePageNamePatterns = array(
'/[?#].*$/' => '', # strip everything after ?
"/'/" => '', # strip single-quotes
"/[^$PageNameChars]+/" => ' ', # convert everything else
'/(?<=^| )([a-z])/' => 'cb_toupper',
'/(?<=^| )([\\xc0-\\xdf].)/' => 'utf8toupper',
'/ +/' => '_');
I copied this from the latest xlpage-utf-8.php into config.php (after
including xlpage-utf-8) and changed the last line that strips spaces to
replace them with an underscore character.
You shouldn't change or define in your config files any other page name
variable like $PageNameChars, $GroupPattern, $NamePattern,
$WikiWordPattern if you want your page names to contain international
Note that this is from a very recent version 2.2.103 or 104; with an
older version look at the older xlpage-utf-8.php.
Also note, if you change the $MakePageNamePatterns on an existing wiki,
some links to existing pages may stop working. In the above example, by
adding a new underscore character, links like [[Documentation Index]]
and [[DocumentationIndex]] will point to two different pages (for
example, the PmWiki/ documentation). You should decide if this is
> [[mètre]] outputs links to : MèTre (same behavior with : é ; but works
> as expected with : ç)
Yes, this fixes this, and also [[les écoles]] (page name "Les_Écoles",
uppercase accented characters, la classe).
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