When you use the $(variable)$ construction inside a macro, it substitutes
the text literally, without rendering.
So when the #*#@&* DO things render? And how do you control it? This is the
kind of thing that can make you bang your head against the wall for hours.
Fortunately, we now have the <$wikify> widget. The <$wikify> widget renders
the text it is given, allowing a more sane programming flow. So your code
can now be written:
\define myStateTid() """$:/state/$(currentTiddler)$"""
<$wikify name=hawaii text=<<myStateTid>>>
<$button set=<<hawaii>> setTo="edit">Press2</$button></$wikify>
On Thursday, August 10, 2017 at 7:15:50 AM UTC-7, myst...@gmail.com wrote:
> I thought i had finally wrapped my head around the difference between
> $var$ and $(var)$, so i went to test it.
> Below is my test, and I am at a complete loss for why buttontest1 renders
> the markup instead of the button, and why buttontest2, when pressed,
> creates a tiddler that is the exact markup of <<myStateTid>>.
> While calling <<myStateTid>> by itself renders as expected.
> Please, someone explain this to me.. perhaps using small words. :)
> \define myStateTid() """$:/state/$(currentTiddler)$"""
> \define buttontest1()
> <$button set="$(myStateTid)$" setTo="edit">Press1</$button>
> \define buttontest2()
> <$button set=<<myStateTid>> setTo="edit">Press2</$button>
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