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Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #11731


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Aug 25, 2014, 9:44:01 AM (8 years ago)
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Ryan J Ollos
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  • Ticket #11731 – Description

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    1 I often find myself adding links such as wiki:TracInstall@374?action=diff in order to reference a wiki change from a ticket comment. TracInstall@374 could be used, which results in a banner with a diff, but that's less obvious when I really want to just down the diff, and also requires two clicks to get to the information I want to emphasize.
     1I often find myself adding links such as wiki:TracInstall@374?action=diff in order to reference a wiki change from a ticket comment. TracInstall@374 could be used, which renders the page with a `#info` containing a link to the diff, but that's less obvious when I really want to just shown the diff and also requires two clicks to get to the information I want to emphasize.
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    3 wiki:TracInstall@374?action=diff is not too awful, and it could be wrapped in brackets, but that results in [wiki:TracInstall@374?action=diff], where it's not obvious to the reader that you are pointing to a diff.
     3wiki:TracInstall@374?action=diff is not too awful, and it could be wrapped in brackets, but that results in [wiki:TracInstall@374?action=diff], and it's not obvious to the reader that the link directs to a diff.
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    55So, I'm unsure what, if any, the ideal addition to the TracLinks syntax would be, but I'm thinking of something like `diff:TracLinks@374`, with the complementary explicit version `wiki:diff:TracLinks@374`. The `diff` part is an action, so I'm not sure whether placing it after the realm would fit with the general patterns adopted by TracLinks.