Hi,
I am using SMW 1.3 and can see #set parser function in the source but it doesn't appear in the Version details and nor is it recognised on the page. Is there a switch somewhere?

                                             Thanks
                                                              Alex

On Wed, Jan 14, 2009 at 9:01 PM, Brian <Brian.Mingus@colorado.edu> wrote:
Thanks for the variety of suggestions! I think I will go with desperate.

I love the wiki hammer logo Daniel.


On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 7:42 PM, Daniel Friesen <dan_the_man@telus.net> wrote:
^_^ You know, if you were absolutely desperate for a set function that would also display:

[[Template:Set]]
{{#declare:{{{{1}}}=2}}{{{2}}}
And then boom in your article:
{{set|abstract|In the present study, a novel and exceptionally sensitive method
of high-performance liquid chromatography coupled to coulometric detection,
together with concentric dialysis probes, was exploited for an examination
of the role of autoreceptors and heteroceptors in the modulation of
dopamine, noradrenaline and serotonin levels in single samples of the
frontal co...drenaline, dopamine and serotonin in each case, while
stimulation of serotonin-1A receptors suppresses serotonin, yet facilitates
noradrenaline and dopamine release. In addition, dopamine D2/D3
autoreceptors restrain dopamine release while (terminal-localized)
serotonin-1B receptors reduce serotonin release. Control of serotonin
release is expressed phasically and that of noradrenaline and dopamine
release tonically.}}
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Yaron Koren wrote:
Oh yeah. :)
-Yaron

On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 8:46 PM, Rolf Lampa <rolf.lampa@rilnet.com> wrote:

  
And if you're really really bold you could try {{#set:property-name = ...
}} :-)

// Rolf Lampa


Yaron Koren skrev:

    
Try the #set parser function, discussed on this list last week - the call
is "{{#set:property-name:value}}".

(By the way, Daniel, perhaps this is a good example of why there should be
a non-silent option for #set? :) )

-Yaron


On Tue, Jan 13, 2009 at 7:30 PM, Brian <Brian.Mingus@colorado.edu<mailto:
Brian.Mingus@colorado.edu>> wrote:

   How do you suggest I deal with the following situation? I would
   like to keep the original data intact, and yet it contains many
   brackets. This string is not properly parsed by SMW.


   [[abstract::In the present study, <...>


      
  

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