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It would be nice if there were shorter [[InterWiki]] links for linking to the [[Git]] and [[Cogito]] [[GitDocumentation|documentation]], both HTML version and gitweb sources. One of the way of adding InterWiki link is to modify site's `data/intermap.txt` file.
 
It would be nice if there were shorter [[InterWiki]] links for linking to the [[Git]] and [[Cogito]] [[GitDocumentation|documentation]], both HTML version and gitweb sources. One of the way of adding InterWiki link is to modify site's `data/intermap.txt` file.
  
It means that instead of writing for example
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For git and cogito manpages online it would mean that instead of writing for example
 
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[http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-apply.html git-apply(1)]
 
[http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-apply.html git-apply(1)]
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GitDoc:git-apply
 
GitDoc:git-apply
 
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if it is not possible). Analogous for Cogito docs. Instead of using e.g.
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if it is not possible). Analogous for Cogito docs.  
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For links to file in the git.git source via gitweb, instead of using for example
 
<pre><nowiki>
 
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[http://www.kernel.org/git/?p=git/git.git;a=blob;hb=HEAD;f=Documentation/git-apply.txt git-apply.txt]
 
[http://www.kernel.org/git/?p=git/git.git;a=blob;hb=HEAD;f=Documentation/git-apply.txt git-apply.txt]
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[wiki:GitSource:Documentation/git-apply.txt git-apply.txt]
 
[wiki:GitSource:Documentation/git-apply.txt git-apply.txt]
 
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Would be also of use to have [[InterWiki]] links for common [[GitCommunity|[[GitMailingList]]]] archives, i.e. MARC and GMane, similarly like there is now <code><nowiki>MsgID</nowiki></code> InterWiki link?
  
 
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Revision as of 05:47, 17 June 2006

This page is for recording (or discussion) of Suggestions about the the [[FrontPage|GitWiki]] Web site.

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Parsers

It would be nice to have installed parsers from [[MoinMoin:ParserMarket|ParserMarket]] (see [[MoinMoin:ParserMarket#head-17c33967bbb4345a453627b944bad1f1bc4b2791|Installation Instructions]] there) for languages used in Git, Cogito and examples, i.e for Perl, shell and e.g. diff.

InterWiki Links

It would be nice if there were shorter InterWiki links for linking to the Git and Cogito documentation, both HTML version and gitweb sources. One of the way of adding InterWiki link is to modify site's `data/intermap.txt` file.

For git and cogito manpages online it would mean that instead of writing for example

[http://www.kernel.org/pub/software/scm/git/docs/git-apply.html git-apply(1)]

(git-apply(1)) use (proposal) GitDoc InterWiki link, i.e. use one of the following (ones that are possible to create)

[wiki:GitDoc:git-apply git-apply(1)]
GitDoc:git-apply

if it is not possible). Analogous for Cogito docs.

For links to file in the git.git source via gitweb, instead of using for example

[http://www.kernel.org/git/?p=git/git.git;a=blob;hb=HEAD;f=Documentation/git-apply.txt git-apply.txt]

(git-apply.txt) use GitSource InterWiki link

[wiki:GitSource:Documentation/git-apply.txt git-apply.txt]
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Would be also of use to have InterWiki links for common [[GitCommunity|GitMailingList]] archives, i.e. MARC and GMane, similarly like there is now MsgID InterWiki link?


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