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Bug 5454 - A link to a title with two quotes is not parsed correctly
A link to a title with two quotes is not parsed correctly
Status: RESOLVED DUPLICATE of bug 4598
Product: MediaWiki
Classification: Unclassified
Parser (Other open bugs)
unspecified
All All
: Normal normal with 3 votes (vote)
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Assigned To: Nobody - You can work on this!
http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?t...
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Depends on:
Blocks:
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Reported: 2006-04-04 21:39 UTC by Yuri Astrakhan
Modified: 2006-05-01 20:38 UTC (History)
1 user (show)

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Assignee Huggle Beta Tester: ---


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Description Yuri Astrakhan 2006-04-04 21:39:40 UTC
If a page has two quote symbols in its name, an interwiki link to it will not be
shown properly in the other languages section.

Example: [[nap:Torre d''o Grieco]] is shown as text instead of an interwiki link
to the nap: article.
Workaround: [[nap:Torre d<nowiki>''</nowiki>o Grieco]] solves it, but later all
the bots remove that as improper link.

See the URL link for the specific example.
Comment 1 Phil Boswell 2006-04-04 22:08:10 UTC
Just to point out that the link which fails in the wiki works here, whilst the hacked-up link which works in 
the wiki fails here.

Maybe there's something in whatever renders links here which might be of help :-)
Comment 2 Melancholie 2006-04-05 13:35:57 UTC
Instead of using <nowiki> you could replace one or both apostrophes by: &#x0027;
I do not know whether bots will replace this, too; but I don't think so.
Comment 3 Melancholie 2006-04-05 13:38:09 UTC
@Yuri: Could you test it with your bot at [[Torre del Greco]] again?
Comment 4 Yuri Astrakhan 2006-04-05 21:55:20 UTC
The bot was designed to resolve all &...; numbers to make them readable to the
users. Before utf-8 all links had to be entered that way, and it was a mess.
Now, bot converts any such numbers to readable symbols, which means that
"&#x0027;'" would get converted to "''", unless we introduce some ugly hack. 
Regardless, this is clearly a bug in the mediawiki, so hopefully we can get it
resolved.
Comment 5 Brion Vibber 2006-04-05 22:20:39 UTC
Most likely we should just ban '' and ''' in title names, as we've banned %[0-9a-f]{2} 
to avoid ambiguous and breaky markup-in-titles.
Comment 6 Yuri Astrakhan 2006-04-06 02:38:25 UTC
I think banning such titles might be a good solution, but, unlike the %XX, its
not breaking the syntax or causes ambiguity - it is just a bug in the parser
that can be fixed. Maybe this bug will help us structure the parser better? :)
Comment 7 lɛʁi לערי ריינהארט 2006-04-07 14:30:26 UTC
Hallo!

I assume this is a duplicate of
Bug 4598: Order of title recognition and bold / italic rendering should be reversed

Search for such titles will fail; see
Bug 4601: Exact search for titles using php meta / escape characters

However I see this as valid titles. When bug 4598 no escaping will be / should
be required.

best regards reinhardt [[user:gangleri]]
Comment 8 Antoine "hashar" Musso (WMF) 2006-05-01 20:38:29 UTC
This is exactly a duplicate. A patch is pending review in #4598

*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 4598 ***

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