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Mike Frysinger wrote:
> often when i'm writing docs i like to throw in links to wikipedia as it
> contains a wealth of information that i dont even want to try to duplicate
> rather than having to do like <uri
> link="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foo">FOO</uri> all the time, would it be
> possible to get a new tag implemented ? say something like:
> <wikipedia topic="Foo">FOO</uri>
A specific tag to link to a specific site?
Not really a good idea.
irb(main):002:0> '<wikipedia topic="Foo">Foo</wikipedia>'.length
irb(main):003:0> '<uri link="http://wikipedia.org/wiki/Foo">Foo</uri>'.length
Only 13 characters difference. Whatever editor you use, I'm sure you can give
it a macro to insert something like '<uri link="http://"></uri>' for generic
external links and '<uri link="http://wikipedia.org/wiki/"></uri>' for
Besides, using your tag makes it impossible for translators to link to the
translated version when available.
Off-topic: you should bump date & revision when you edit a document. Thanks.
/ Xavier Neys
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