Markup


[[{$Name}?action=search&q=fmt=simple+link={$FullName} | Backlinks ]]

Backlinks

* [[{$Name}?action=search&q=fmt=simple+link={$FullName} | Backlinks ]]
[[{$Name}?action=search&q=fmt=simple+link={$FullName} | Backlinks ]]

Backlinks

* [[{$Name}?action=search&q=fmt=simple+link={$FullName} | Backlinks ]]
[[{$Name}?action=search&q=fmt=simple+link={$FullName} | Backlinks ]]

Backlinks

* [[{$Name}?action=search&q=fmt=simple+link={$FullName} | Backlinks ]]

What's causing the wrapping in the "source" box?

In order to keep source markup from producing very wide pages, the (:markup:) directive forces wordwrap on the displayed input markup (at 70 characters). If there's a better approach, I'm all for it.

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22: 00.16 00.15 now
Peak memory: 3,407,768 bytes