[pmwiki-users] Worse with PmCalendar

Petko Yotov 5ko at 5ko.fr
Wed Aug 16 11:02:57 CDT 2017

Yes, that's what I predicted, "unexpected problems". Don't do this until 
it becomes supported. :-)


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On 2017-08-16 17:54, Monte Padget wrote:
> I had some other stuff on the page that pushed the (:worseend:) out of
> the first paragraph, which is shown on the calendar per the recipe.
> I tried to reduce the content and the (:worseend:) was included and
> gave a valid Worse block. I was given the Worse Edit link and was able
> to edit the entry directly in the calendar -vs- navigating to the
> calendar day page.
> However, when I edited the entry within the calendar and reloaded the
> page, I ended up with a Worse markup within the calendar page that is
> causing the calendar to not display but showing the Worse field in an
> editable state that is not saveable and the calendar won't display, if
> that makes sense.
> -Monte
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> Petko Yotov <5ko at 5ko.fr>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 16, 2017 11:36 AM
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> Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] Worse with PmCalendar
> My first guess is PmCalendar includes a few lines from the day pages,
> and there is no (:worseend:) tag among them.
> Moreover, including pages with Worse blocks into other pages is
> currently unsupported and will likely cause unexpected problems, eg.
> editing an included block  may not save the text in the page in
> originates, but in the outer/including page.
> Petko
> On 2017-08-16 17:12, Monte Padget wrote:
>> I've been trying Worse and have PmCalendar.
>> When I select a date without anything, a new page is created with the
>> highlighted sections open for edit using the Worse editor as expected.
>> I enter some information and save. Works as expected.
>> When I go back to the calendar, the initial paragraph that is
>> displayed shows the worse syntax.
>> i.e.
>> (:worse:) <some content>
>> This isn't causing any real problems, but wanted to pass along any
>> findings.

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