Somehow i constantly arrive at the same point of needing something which
links specific words to an Url.
Like when in a page there is wxWidgest, i like it to point to that site.
I tried with InterTwiki, but it need two parameters. So if in the
InterTwikiMap i have:
I would need to type wxWidgets:somepage. And that i do not want. I can
live with typing wxWidgets: but that does not work, it wants something
What can i do to have a simple way to do this. I like to prevent to type
full Url in pages all the time.
I would like it to be the same as a TwikiWord, but not link to a
Topic/Page, but to an Url.
But if that is not possible, it should be something simple to add to
words to make it take it from some alias/InterWiki map.
Will render the Url from the alias Map.
From: Thomas Waldmann <tw-public@gm...> - 2008-08-16 17:47:23
> Somehow i constantly arrive at the same point of needing something which
> links specific words to an Url.
Maybe not exactly what you want, but doable:
Just use [[wxWidgets]], create that page and write everything you like
on it, including a link to their homepage.
> I would like it to be the same as a TwikiWord, ...
Did you ever use TWiki? :D
Thomas Waldmann wrote:
>> I would like it to be the same as a TwikiWord, ...
> Did you ever use TWiki? :D
Right, that is where i came from, and they do have that alias system :-(
And lots of other things, still i like Moinmoin more, its just so much
easier to setup, and maintain.
But still an alias system would be handy to have in Moinmoin :-)
But i think i just need to write a macro to do it.
Your trick with a page in between i use now. But in fact i would like
to use such alias not just for sites, but for classnames, functions etc.
to be linked directly to the right doxygen documentation.
I now constantly need to type <<Dox(myClassName )>>, and since the wiki
is about documenting the C++ library, that becomes a bit to much.
It would be much easier to just have this done automatically.
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