Changes between Version 29 and Version 30 of FootNoteMacro


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Timestamp:
Apr 24, 2014 4:52:04 PM (4 months ago)
Author:
rjollos
Comment:

Revert changes to example since they were confusing and made it difficult to interpret.

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  • FootNoteMacro

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    7575== Example == 
    7676 
    77  1. Here are the footnotes assembled from this page by using `[[FootNote]]`: 
    78     [[FootNote]] 
    79  2. Here is some wiki markup that will exercise all the functionality of the macro. 
    80     {{{ 
    81 * Testing out the !FootNoteMacro[[FootNote(Here is the first footnote)]].  
     77Here are the footnotes assembled from this page by using `[[FootNote]]`: 
     78 
     79[[FootNote]] 
     80 
     81---- 
     82 
     83Here is some wiki markup that will exercise all the functionality of the macro. 
     84{{{ 
     85Testing out the !FootNoteMacro[[FootNote(Here is the first footnote)]]. 
    8286This will be a good test to exercise all of its 
    8387functionality[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]. 
    8488And now I'll add an identical footnote and refer to the first footnote 
    85 again[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]^,^[[FootNote(1)]]. 
     89again[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]][[FootNote(1)]]. 
    8690 
    8791[[FootNote]] 
     
    9397and print just the one that have been generated since the start of the second paragraph. 
    9498Just for good measure I'll try referring to some footnotes in the first paragraph 
    95 again[[FootNote(1)]]^,^[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]. 
     99again[[FootNote(1)]][[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]. 
    96100 
    97101[[FootNote]] 
    98102}}} 
    99     * Results: 
    100       * Testing out the !FootNoteMacro[[FootNote(Here is the first footnote)]].  This will be a good test to exercise all of its functionality[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]. And now I'll add an identical footnote and refer to the first footnote again[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]^,^[[FootNote(1)]]. 
    101       * [[FootNote]] 
    102       * Now that I've called the !FootNoteMacro to print all the footnotes[[FootNote(I did that in the paragraph above)]], I should be able to generate more footnotes[[FootNote(It would be really cool if this feature was integrated into the Trac core)]] and print just the one that have been generated since the start of the second paragraph. Just for good measure I'll try referring to some footnotes in the first paragraph again[[FootNote(1)]]^,^[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]. 
    103       * [[FootNote]] 
    104103 
    105 {{{ 
    106 #!comment 
    107 Screen capture of the output that is produced: 
     104Testing out the !FootNoteMacro[[FootNote(Here is the first footnote)]]. 
     105This will be a good test to exercise all of its 
     106functionality[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]. 
     107And now I'll add an identical footnote and refer to the first footnote 
     108again[[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]][[FootNote(1)]]. 
    108109 
    109 [[Image(FootNoteMacroExample.png)]] 
    110 }}} 
     110[[FootNote]] 
     111 
     112Now that I've called the !FootNoteMacro to print all the footnotes 
     113[[FootNote(I did that in the paragraph above)]], I should be able to 
     114generate more 
     115footnotes[[FootNote(It would be really cool if this feature was integrated into the Trac core)]] 
     116and print just the one that have been generated since the start of the second paragraph. 
     117Just for good measure I'll try referring to some footnotes in the first paragraph 
     118again[[FootNote(1)]][[FootNote(Here is the second footnote)]]. 
     119 
     120[[FootNote]] 
    111121 
    112122== Recent Changes == 
     
    119129'''Maintainer:''' [wiki:rjollos rjollos] [[BR]] 
    120130'''Contributors:''' [wiki:JoshuaH JoshuaH] 
    121