00136: include directive don't work with partial includes
Description: cheshyrekatt: per new documentation fix, new format of (:include PageName lines=5..11:) works. I'd recommend replacing old markup with new on first edit if possible.
cheshyrekatt: doesn't function as it did in ver 1. The partial include is what is being described here. Yes, as written, the lines=## portion will grab the first ## lines of the file, but, as I do in my site, I grab at line 5 and go to 11 for example (:include PageName#5#11:). For me, it is failing with beta 6 code.
foolswisdom: seems to function as documented in pmwiki-2.0.devel26 , I recommend this PITS/00136 be closed .
I tried it both with my site (www.yuy.com.br) and in the sandbox here. The (:include:) directive only works for basic inclusion, it fails to both include parts of pages as described in the documentation. At my site I also have problems with inserting pages from different groups, but it seems solved here at pmwiki.org.
NOTE: then I realized it WAS working in the Main.SideBar, no matter I couldn't make it work for me, then I checked te sidebar to discover it uses a different sintax, which seems to work differently: (:include SomePage lines=10:) . It also works at my site. So probably it is all a problem in the documentation... Well, I was just trying to help, really... =(
a demonstration. between the horizontal rules, I put (:include Guidelines#1#5 :) , but the whole file gets included. Though at first I thought I would never use this function, but nevertheless I realized the RecentChanges#1#10 trick was neat and had problems...
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