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Bug #33269 link tag displays wrong output when using with type tag
Submitted: 2005-06-08 01:36 UTC Modified: 2007-08-24 13:52 UTC
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Status: Wont fix Package: Livedocs problem
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 [2005-06-08 01:36 UTC]
When you write something like
<link linkend="language.types.ressource">Doc on <type>resource</type>s</link>
It will output directly the Resource title.
So with <link linkend="language.types.integer">Doc on <type>resource</type>s</link> will output Integer (with the link of course)

Supposed to output Doc on <type>resource</type>s with the link.


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 [2005-06-16 02:37 UTC]
I'm pretty sure this is the same behavior as #32780.

The link formatter doesn't expect the node to have children, and is trying to output $node->content (where $node->child[n]->content needs to be output after a transform).


 [2005-06-21 03:44 UTC]
This bug has been fixed in CVS.

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Thank you for the report, and for helping us make PHP better.

I think this is fixed, but if it's not please provide a URL to  page that demonstrates the problem.
 [2005-10-02 23:39 UTC]

<link linkend="wrappers.expect"><literal>expect://</literal> wrapper</link>

Outputs : <a class="link" href="/livedocs/en/wrappers.html#wrappers.expect">Process Interaction Streams</a>
Instead of : <a class="link" href="/livedocs/en/wrappers.html#wrappers.expect"><span class="literal">ibm_db2.instance_name</span> wrapper</a>
 [2005-10-02 23:40 UTC]
not ibm_db2.instance_name but expect://
 [2007-08-24 13:52 UTC]
Livedocs is no longer in development, the current build system is titled PhD.

Note: PhD outputs the proper link.

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