Even so, Textile mangles it sometimes. I ran into this five days ago. My <r:enkode> tag was wrapped in <notextile> tags, but still sometimes I'd get a Javascript error (http://jgarber.lighthouseapp.com/projects/13054/tickets/86-javascript-enkoder-tag-still-mangled ).

Turns out I hadn't installed the redcloth4 extension, so Radiant was still using RedCloth 3.0.4.


Anton, if you install the RedCloth 4 gem and the radiant-redcloth4- extension, your problem should be fixed. I'm glad to help if you still have trouble.

Jason

On Nov 17, 2008, at 9:51 PM, Sean Cribbs wrote:

If there's something you want the filter not to touch, wrap it in <notextile> tags.

Sean

Anton J Aylward wrote:
I have a problem using the 'enkode' extension in a page that uses textile.

Actually its in a table in a page that uses textile, so I can't use
a space at the beginning of the line or the 'notextile.' directive.

I'm happy that enkode works, I've tried it in the raw, no filters, and
it does what its supposed to.

|  <r:enkode_mailto email="[EMAIL PROTECTED]" link_text="Information"
title_text="Ask a question email" subject="I have a question " />  |
Other questions  |

I've tried this with "<pre>" and "<pre><code>" around it.

I can get the whole table messed up or I can get the javascript
displayed.  What I can't get is the javascript executing.

I'd be happy to consider alternative ways of hiding the addresses and
mail-to.



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