Defect #5124

Errors in formatting of texts 2.

Added by Mike Stupalov over 11 years ago. Updated over 9 years ago.

Status:NewStart date:2010-03-19
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:-% Done:

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Category:Text formatting
Target version:-
Resolution: Affected version:1.0.2

Description

  • inline links (urls and mailto) with leading "!" does not display correctly
    (be displayed as text without a leading "!"):
    !ya.mail@example.org
    !http://ya.url.com/ !http://ya.url.com/
  • strange appearance of the code block, where it should not be. Paste the text into a new wiki page and see the result:
    h2. header
    
     2.2. item
      a. subitem
    
  • tables are not created, if at the end there is no blank line:

|1|1|1| |1|1|1|
zc

|1|1|1|
|1|1|1|
zc

  • and repeating the error mentioned in another ticket #5045:
    *(100 - Ksp)/100* /100
    * (100 - Ksp) /100* * 100 - Ksp /100*

History

#1 Updated by Mike Stupalov over 11 years ago

Mike Stupalov wrote:

strange appearance of the code block, where it should not be. Paste the text into a new wiki page and see the result:
[...]

I found when it appears:
If, after the title are empty strings, and after the text begins with a space.

#2 Updated by Jean-Baptiste Barth about 11 years ago

  • Assignee changed from Jean-Philippe Lang to Jean-Baptiste Barth
  • Affected version (unused) changed from 0.9.3 to 1.0.2
  • Affected version changed from 0.9.3 to 1.0.2
Taking the 4 problems your report in the same order:
  • 1: I don't understand, you say we should accept "!" chars ? Can you give me source, actual behavior and desired behavior ?
  • 2: it's desired behavior, it allows having code automatically put into pre/code blocks. The header display is weird because of a css ID added to the h2 tag. It could be fixed in the themes css, but I don't think it's so important, what do you think ?
  • 3: don't know if it's really desired behavior, but it's the way RedCloth works for block sections, would be very difficult to change.
  • 4: it's desired behavior. Parenthesis are used to specify CSS options. Imho, you should put any maths formula between two arboas signs, so that they're displayed correctly. As a workaround, you can put a dummy css class like this: *(blah)(100 - Ksp)/100* => (100 - Ksp)/100

#3 Updated by Mike Stupalov about 11 years ago

Jean-Baptiste Barth wrote:

Taking the 4 problems your report in the same order:
  • 1: I don't understand, you say we should accept "!" chars ? Can you give me source, actual behavior and desired behavior ?
No, I meant: if before the link to deliver the character "!", the link shouldn't be generated and the character "!" It should not be displayed. Example:
source as should be as now
!ya.mail@example.org ya.mail@example.org
!www.example.org www.example.org !www.example.org
  • 2: it's desired behavior, it allows having code automatically put into pre/code blocks. The header display is weird because of a css ID added to the h2 tag. It could be fixed in the themes css, but I don't think it's so important, what do you think?

I think it's still not the correct behavior. This problem has arisen in the first place, after converting from wiki trac to redmine.

  • 3: don't know if it's really desired behavior, but it's the way RedCloth works for block sections, would be very difficult to change.
  • 4: it's desired behavior. Parenthesis are used to specify CSS options. Imho, you should put any maths formula between two arboas signs, so that they're displayed correctly. As a workaround, you can put a dummy css class like this: *(blah)(100 - Ksp)/100* => (100 - Ksp)/100

In the previous ticket I've said that all of these problems can be solved by switching to a new version RedCloth (4.x)...

#4 Updated by Jean-Baptiste Barth about 11 years ago

See #6269 about Redcloth 4 support, it has some drawbacks..

#5 Updated by Mike Stupalov about 11 years ago

Jean-Baptiste Barth wrote:

See #6269 about Redcloth 4 support, it has some drawbacks..

Oh, yes. Will be just fine.

#6 Updated by Jean-Baptiste Barth over 9 years ago

  • Assignee deleted (Jean-Baptiste Barth)

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