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Use singleton words with automatic linking

In my planned wiki, there are many topics, consisting of singlton words. For the users it would be very unusually to use WikiWords in this case. For searching possibly it would work, but when users are write new Topics, they would use there own usually singleton-words instead the wikiwords and the automatic linking would not work.

So i've no choice to use only wikiwords. But i dont want to renounce the automatic linking.

So i've asked in the foswiki-irc for ohter options. And the suggestion was, to use the ControlWikiWordPlugin.

At first that sounds like a good solution, but if users want to linking the singleton-topics, they have to use a dot before the topic-name. In my case, thats not a good way. For the Admins could it work, but many of the users would forgot this point or don't want to use it.

In addition, this PlugIn dont link automatic and that's the thing, i need.

So here my question:

Is there any way to use singleton-words with (really) automatic linking?

Thank you for your effort and please excuse my bad english.

With regards, Maik

edit:

my temporarily solution is to use the ControlWikiWordPlugin-configure, to define all known-singletonword like:

'(?:Asingletonword)' => '',

because at this time it is the only way for me to be on the safe side, that all singleton-word-topics would be automaticly linked.

i hope furthermore, that anyone could tell me a easyer way to link singleton words without using dots.


after a talk in irc I understand, how automtic linking works.

so this topic can be delete.

QuestionForm edit

Subject Configuration
Extension ControlWikiWordPlugin
Version Foswiki 1.0.10
Status Marked for deletion
Topic revision: r4 - 26 Nov 2010, MaikSchoenfeld - This page was cached on 16 Aug 2019 - 01:07.

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