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Re: BUG REPORT: Website META Language 1.7.4 (06-Oct-1999)


On Tue, Nov 02, 1999 at 10:13:34AM +0100, Denis Barbier wrote:
> On Mon, 1 Nov 1999, Thomas Akin wrote:
> > 
> > The std::toc include file uses pass 6 area substitutions internally 
> > which break when you use a <protect pass=6> around the <toc> tag...
> [...]
> Hi Thomas,
> i will have a look on it, but here is a quick answer. The documentation
> reports that wml::std::toc requires passes 1, 2, 5 and 6. Any
> protection against one of these passes will break its effect.

        But then we get have the the problem of using area
        substitutions in templates that contain a TOC.

	If I have a template "my.tmpl" that has

	  [[s|(home.page)|<a href="my.home.net">$1</a>|igs]]

	and I have a wml file test.wml

	  #include wml::std::toc style=ol
	  #use "my.tmpl"

	  <divert BODY>

	  <toc_h1>Do you have a home page?</toc_h1>
	  Yes! Follow this link to see my home page.

	  </divert BODY>

	I get the output 

          <ol><li><a href="#ToC1"><strong>Do you have a 
	  <a href="my.home.net">home page</a>?</strong></a>
	  <a name="ToC1">Do you have a <a href="my.home.net">
	  home page</a>?</a>
	  Yes! Follow this link to see my <a href="my.home.net">
	  home page</a>.

        And I have a nested href inside my TOC... Not
	The ability to put <protect pass=6> </protect>
	around the <toc> tag would fix this problem....




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