On Fri, Mar 28, 2008 at 6:27 PM, S Page <info@...> wrote:
> In the "sub page", surround the annotations you don't want to be
> transcluded with <noinclude> ... </noinclude>, e.g.
Sorry, but I won't solve my problem. The problem is that the annotations are
inside a template. The page that I'm importing is defined by a template. I
should have explained it before..
So, here's the scenario:
- A template t1 which is annotating the parameters
- A page p1 which uses the template
- A page p2 which includes p1
I don't want that p2 has annotations, but I do want that p1 has.
So, as you can see, I can't add the <noinclude> tag into the template, bec
p1 won't be annotated this way.
> As you can see, this can get fiddly when you want the text of annotations
> but not their semantics. So it might be useful to have some
> control tags like
> You can file an enhancement request in Bugzilla if there isn't one
This will definitely solve the problem!!
The enhancement request is here:
Thanks a lot!!
João Olavo Baião de Vasconcelos
Bacharel em Ciência da Computação
Mestrado em Informática @ UFES