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Re: diversion tags don't seem to be rendered

Denis Barbier wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 28, 2000 at 11:42:00AM +0100, Werner Heuser wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > when testing the diversion feature in WML 2.0.4
> > (Debian) like in the example  below,
> > I encounter, that they still remain in the html output file.
> Hi Werner, you must add
>    #use wml::std::tags

Hi Denis,

thank you for your fast and friendly response. I added
your recommendation. Now it works.

The code snippet is part of my other wml files, which have
been worked without adding #use wml::std::tags in wml 1.7.4
and where I used the diversion tag in this form {#NAME:data:#}.

Is there an easy way to convert these tags to the new standard?
I just use this feature many times in many files.

As far as I remember this important change wasn't announced in the
changes for WML 2.0.x 


> > Also the documentation seems to contain a minor glitch.
> [...]
> > #
> > #IMHO  the term {#NAME#:data:##} shouldn't contain the two ## at
> > #the end. You may find this in the Intro and Tutorial
> {#NAME#:data:##} is right.

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