[Moin-user] Notation for external file links?
Reinhard Mayr aka Czerwinski
czerwinski1977 at gmx.net
Mon Jan 15 04:54:01 EST 2007
When I tried to compare my minimal test file and the generated wiki html, I experienced a strange behaviour: In Opera, I open the wiki page and try to follow the link --> NOK. I copy the generated HTML code, save it as a file and open this file --> the link works fine.
Is it possible that there is *something* within the MoinMoin system that impedes following links using the file:// protocol? Any idea what I could look for?
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Datum: Sun, 07 Jan 2007 07:26:20 +0100
Von: Thomas Waldmann <tw-public at gmx.de>
An: moin-user at lists.sourceforge.net
Betreff: Re: [Moin-user] Notation for external file links?
> > thank you for the link! Nevertheless I doubt some of the contents:
> > (1) IE can't handle spaces (%20 replacements) properly
> There was no version specification there, maybe there has been a bug in
> IE that is fixed meanwhile!?
> > (2) Opera does not support linking
> It explicitely tells that some specific versions of Opera don't support
> this. Until proven that THOSE versions do support it, you better take
> that as true.
> If you can prove that a specific newer opera version does support the
> syntax described on the wiki page, just add that info.
> > I use a minimal html test file:
> > ---
> > <html>
> > <a href="file://server-name/fileserver/dir/dir%20space/">link</a>
> > </html>
> > ---
> The syntax described on the page (and AFAIK also the standard) for file
> links is different (count the slashes).
> > Both, IE6 and Opera 9.10 reach the target directory. When I provide the
> *same* URL to MoinMoin, it fails as described.
> Well, look into the html generated and report back about differences
> > Is there a reason... or better: is there a solution? I do want to have a
> link and not an attachment in the Wiki page.
> That stuff is problematic. So expect problems if you use it.
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