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<code> tags removed from the wiki syntax?
In the PySide wiki section, we have plenty of pages using the <code> tags for inline code markup. They don't seem to work any longer. See e.g.:
Is their removal from the syntax a bug or a feature? If it's a feature, what would be the preferred way to mark inline code?
The page looks fine to me?
Perhaps you have the same "issue":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/3313 I thought I had with code highlighting earlier today?
I don't think it's the same issue. If you look e.g. under the heading "Traditional syntax: SIGNAL and SLOT", the <code> tags just printed out, instead of being properly parsed.
I'd assume their parsing is done on the server side in any case.
Ah! You were talking about the inline parts. Did did not spot those.
It seems you are right, there is an issue there. Please file a bug report.
Where? So far I've been reporting issues on this very forum and Alexandra has picked them up from here. :-)
See "this post":http://developer.qt.nokia.com/forums/viewthread/5/ for an explanation.
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[quote author="mairas" date="1295532109"]OK, reported: