Hi fellow wiki editors!

To help newly registered users get more familiar with the wiki (and maybe older users too) there is now a {{Welcome to the wiki}} template. Have a look at it and feel free to add it to new users discussion pages (and perhaps your own).

I have tried to keep the template short, but meaningful. /Johan G

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Latest revision as of 11:20, 20 June 2019

Missing parameter commit


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Goal

This template can be used when linking to summaries of commits for the TerraGear git repository at SourceForge. It is a subtemplate of the master {{repo link}} template designed to link to specific version control commits.

Usage

{{terragear commit
| commit
| text       =
}}

The parameters are:

Parameter Description Abbreviated
parameter
Numbered
parameter
Status
commit The commit identifier (git hash). This defaults to HEAD. 1 mandatory
text Text to display as the link label. t 2 optional

Design

In this section, the following notation will be used:

Angular brackets + lower case text <xyz>
Template parameters.
Angular brackets + upper case text <XYZ>
Template constructed text.
Square brackets [xyz]
Optional text, only added if the parameter is set.
Or symbol |
The value on the left, if present, otherwise the value on the right of the symbol.

Overview

The general design is:

<cmd> <opt> [<URL> <TEXT>] <post>

Here the square brackets do not denote optional text, but will instead produce a Mediawiki link. This can be modified by setting full = 1 to produce:

<cmd> <opt> <URL> <post>


Site: SourceForge

Project page

For a normal SourceForge project page, the base URL is respectively constructed as:

https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/terragear/

SourceForge git <URL>

For the svn repository type, the <URL> value will be:

https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/terragear/ci/<commit>

SourceForge URL <TEXT>

The link text <TEXT>, if the text parameter is not set, will simply be:

TerraGear commit <commit>

Or if the text parameter is supplied, the <TEXT> is simply:

<text>

Plain text

To create a URL or link as plain text and avoid external links, simply use the {{#tag:tagname|content}} magic word construct:

{{#tag:nowiki|
  {{repo link
  | full = 1
  }}
}}

https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/flightgear/ci/next/tree/

To use the <code> tags:

{{#tag:code|{{#tag:nowiki|
  {{repo link
  | full = 1
  }}
}}}}

https://sourceforge.net/p/flightgear/flightgear/ci/next/tree/

Examples

Auto-generated text

{{terragear commit | 86aa92}}

TerraGear commit 86aa92

User supplied text

We now have {{terragear commit | 5e8137 | text = robust reading of untrusted input}}.

We now have robust reading of untrusted input .

Parameter alias

We now have {{terragear commit | 5e8137 | t = robust reading of untrusted input}}.

We now have robust reading of untrusted input .

Numbered parameters

We now have {{terragear commit | 5e8137 | robust reading of untrusted input}}.

We now have robust reading of untrusted input .

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