Steven Heynderickx wrote on 16 Nov 2009 09:38
Pieter mentioned @ http://blog.wikidot.com/blog:live-page-embedding#post-634621
@gerdami, I actually have an issue pending for this (link to includes in source view…)
Gerdami wanted (IMO) a hyperlink on a CSI-syntax inside a code block to another page. (I think to show the reader…"if you click on this link you will see the full CSI-code, not this 'CSI-trigger'"
I tried to make this, simulating the actual code block so that it was no code block but just a DIV with the looks of a code block… It worked (maybe a bit difficult, but that's not the issue)
Afterwards I tried to make the code simpler by converting it into a CSI…
Now if I want to show people the syntax of the CSI it thought "just put inside a code block.
Well to my surprise the CSI-syntax was replaced with the code I made for it… So how are we going to differentiate the fact that we want the "full" CSI in a code block or just the "litteral" CSI syntax a user has to type?
Here is the page http://mycsi.wikidot.com/test-csicode-linked
BTW experimenting with CSI made me notice that caching is a problem. But that was also a problem with normal includes… You had to edit the page with the include before a the included page was update in that page. Annoying
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