Last modified: 2013-05-22 18:23:56 UTC
Placing <noinclude>, <includeonly> or <onlyinclude> tags next to the "==" parts of a header is allowed, and does not affect the layout, but breaks section editing links.
<noinclude>== header ==
Will display normally, but the section becomes impossible to edit. This appears particularly with <onlyinclude> used for the [[Wikipedia:Featured content]] lists.
See also bug 4899 and dependencies. This looks like yet another consequence of logic duplication between Parser and other stuff. However, I can't reproduce with the provided code (see URL).
Maybe it has to do with the version of MediaWiki Wikipedia uses? And is it possible the section 0 edit link script interferes?
Here is an example revid of this bug from Wikipedia:
Present in 1.16.2 release as well:
PHP 5.2.0-8+etch16 (cgi-fcgi)
Parser extension tags
<gallery>, <nowiki>, <pre> and <websiteframe>
Parser function hooks
anchorencode, basepagename, basepagenamee, defaultsort, displaytitle, filepath, formatdate, formatnum, fullpagename, fullpagenamee, fullurl, fullurle, gender, grammar, int, language, lc, lcfirst, localurl, localurle, namespace, namespacee, ns, nse, numberingroup, numberofactiveusers, numberofadmins, numberofarticles, numberofedits, numberoffiles, numberofpages, numberofusers, numberofviews, padleft, padright, pagename, pagenamee, pagesincategory, pagesize, plural, protectionlevel, special, subjectpagename, subjectpagenamee, subjectspace, subjectspacee, subpagename, subpagenamee, tag, talkpagename, talkpagenamee, talkspace, talkspacee, uc, ucfirst and urlencode