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Re: user references


First the simplier mail. I downloaded the [templates] links from
the top of engelshcall.com/sw/wml User References page.

First two links, but probably almost each links apply this problem.

OpenSSL contains <define-container> which could be updated.
(confusing when trying to learn wml from the examples)

Anyway: NICE TRICK with the include file! :-)

www.engelschall.com templates, "stdpage.wml" also contains
<define-container>. If I am right there was a different tag for
the current endtag=required stuff, so in new templates you use
<define-tag> instead container.

Just would be fine to follow the Tutorial and stuff in the main
examples of the system. This is not a technical problem. I hope
I was understandable. This is just too complicated to learn from
different tutorial and example files.

Ferenc Veres

Denis Barbier wrote:

>On Mon, Feb 25, 2002 at 04:54:05PM +0100, Veres Ferenc wrote:
>>Hi again!
>>Also would be fine to have the user references updated to use
>>the _latest_ syntax, not the compatibility libraries. I was all
>>the time skipping <define-container> because I thought it would
>>be hard to read _all_ item's documentation when learning, and
>>hmm.. after some days when I finally decided to learn this
>>container stuff, I recognized that it is equal to <define-tag> :-)
>>Would be less confuse and easier to learn from the real-life
>Could you please give an URL?  I do not see which file you are talking

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