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#11 2012-05-03 08:09:03

net-carver
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

phiw13 wrote:

Works great overall.
Nitpick tough: your example above for Redcloth-style DL has a typo… there should be a space between the hyphen (-) and the definition term (example didn’t work at first).

Right, I have corrected the opening post now.

Thanks for testing!


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#12 2012-05-07 15:12:48

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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Just released textile v2.4. Check the change-log for any additional items.


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#13 2012-05-07 17:15:54

colak
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Hi steve,

Thanks so much for your work on this
I am getting some errors in my diagnostics tab

Warning: preg_replace_callback() [function.preg-replace-callback]: Compilation failed: invalid UTF-8 string at offset 27 in /users/home/yiannis/domains/yyy.org/web/public/textpattern/lib/classTextile.php on line 1238

Warning: preg_replace_callback() [function.preg-replace-callback]: Compilation failed: invalid UTF-8 string at offset 138 in /users/home/xxx/domains/yyy.org/web/public/textpattern/lib/classTextile.php on line 1338

Warning: preg_replace_callback() [function.preg-replace-callback]: Compilation failed: invalid UTF-8 string at offset 27 in /users/home/xxx/domains/yyy.org/web/public/textpattern/lib/classTextile.php on line 1238

Warning: preg_replace_callback() [function.preg-replace-callback]: Compilation failed: invalid UTF-8 string at offset 138 in /users/home/xxx/domains/yyy.org/web/public/textpattern/lib/classTextile.php on line 1338

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#14 2012-05-07 19:45:17

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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Yiannis,

thanks for the report — I’ll look at this right away.


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#15 2012-05-07 19:59:58

net-carver
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Yiannis,

I can’t seem to replicate this on a local 4.4.1 install. Can you email me with details of your setup or join #textile on irc.freenode.net and lets see if we can get this sorted out.

Thank you.


Steve
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#16 2012-05-08 04:56:49

colak
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Hi Steve,

I copied/pasted the code of 2.4 in the existing file. This morning, I thought of reuploading/replacing it and all errors are gone.


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#17 2012-05-08 08:40:11

wet
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Thanks, Steve. These are great enhancements.

Merged in r3778.

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#18 2012-06-26 07:48:34

belipe
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Thanks a lot for the update, even though it’s mainly for the linebreaks in table cells :-)


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#19 2012-08-07 10:45:12

Destry
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

Hi Steve,

I’m using Txp 4.5 beta and trying out Textile footnotes. I’m seeing a little problem, I think. A test case…

The sun is reportedly hot[#bim]. And goat-toed high heels are presumably cruel[#bam].

note#bim. Note one.

note#bam. Note two.

notelist:1.

For the most part, the output is what you would expect, except instead of getting this, as expected…

  1. 1 Note one.
  2. 2 Note two.

I get this…

  1. 1 Note one.
  2. 1 Note two.

If I use notelist., the same problem exists except the values are just “a”, instead of the expected “a” and “b”.

Also, I guess I can put a list-style:none; on the output list, but wouldn’t it make sense to do that by default so there’s not the duplicate digits, one from the list item and the other from the link back? I would expect to see this for footnotes:

1 Note one.
2 Note two.

Different question: is it possible to have multiple footnote lists on a given article; e.g., at the end of each major section? It seemed not from the docs, though it didn’t specifically say.

Lastly, is there a new Textile reference existing somewhere, or in planning? Something that will replace the old Thresholdstate link in the UI? Not the Github source, or the text file doc, but something like a visual style guide? If not, would there be interest in creating one? (Something that might reduce the number of help enquiries in this forum, as well serve as a reference for authors everywhere.)

Thanks for maintaining Textile, Steve!


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#20 2012-08-07 15:09:22

uli
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Re: [textile] Textile 2.4 now available.

I just used the fact to find the above Textile sample for footnotes, and so I played around a little.

When I changed notelist:1. to notelist:a. I expected to see the #bim and #bam indices changing from 1/2 to a/b which didn’t happen. Did I have the wrong expectations?


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