Unable to past escaped wiki syntax in an issue description
Added by Paul Rivier about 15 years ago.
Updated about 13 years ago.
In issue #1287
, I needed to print some textile syntaxe to give an example. I tried to use <
> tag, but it does not escape some syntax :
[links]] in brackets
- probably some more ...
Is there a way to have truely verbatim print of a section, in textile ?
I do not think that this is a textile issue but rather the artifiact of an over-aggressive wiki processor.
- Assignee set to Jean-Philippe Lang
After some more investigations, I now understand what is happening.
Textile syntax does not provide facilities required for Redmine internal references. That is why Jean Philippe needed to extend it to support references to :
- wiki pages
The problem is in the way this extension is implemented, namely : successive text substitutions on top of the RedCloth processing.
I don't know how easy it would be to migrate this processing to an extension of the RedCloth processing, but I think it will be required sometime.
Any plan for that ?
- Subject changed from Unable to past escaped textile syntax in an issue description to Unable to past escaped wiki syntax in an issue description
- Affected version (unused) set to devel
actually, html rendering is a 2 stages operation in redmine. First, input is fed to plain textile engine RedCloth, then output is fed to redmine rules, written in source:trunk/app/helpers/application_helper.rb.
"pre" is only meaningful in stage 1, so redmine links can't be escaped that way. RedCloth site says it provides facilities to extend the syntax : http://redcloth.org/faq . Maybe that would solve this problem, if you feel like trying.
- Status changed from New to Closed
- Target version set to 1.0.0 (RC)
- Resolution set to Fixed
Fixed in r3589. The 2-pass rendering was preversed so we can still cache pass 1 (textile or any other text formatter).
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