Martijn Pieters wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 27, 2000 at 10:42:01PM +0200, Rik Hoekstra wrote:
> > >Just noticed that (_.None,_, gets rendered as (.None,, in a structrued
> > >text wiki. Not useful :/
> >
> > Hm, in a structuredtextdtml Wiki (such as the Zope edu Wiki) this works. See
> > the SandBox there So I can't
> > reproduce it now.
> You are only testing _.None, not _.None,_, which is the problem, see below. I
> changed your test to include the other underscore to illustrate the point.
> > >I've got around this by doing ('_'.None,_, but that's not really the
> > >right idea.
> > >
> > >Does anyone know of the proper way of escaping this?
> The ZWiki tries to render anything between '_' (underscore) charaters as
> underlined. So _.None,_ indeed gets rendered as <u>.None,</u>. Nowhere is the
> ZWiki trying to interpret this as a WikiName.
> Indeed, the only thing I can thus think of (apart from quoting the
> underscores), is quoting the whole sentence, '_.None,_'. This may be desirable
> in this case, as it supposedly is a code example anyway. Doubly underscoring
> the line (and live with the underlining), doesn't work, BTW.
> I updated the above SandBox to illustrate.

Why not put a space in there, after the comma? As in:
(_.None, _, foo)

Likewise, I tried this in the Sandbox. Works for me. :)

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