[Pmwiki-users] Could the PmWiki1 documents remain online?

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Mon Dec 13 12:13:05 CST 2004

I know it's nice to see how the Beta's of PmWiki are doing well.
Usually, during this stage, i would find it a bit too early to change 
online documentation to the current 2.0 Beta.

One of the examples:

(:table border=1 cellpadding=5 cellspacing=0:)
(:cell:) a1
(:cell:) b1
(:cell:) c1
(:cell:) d1
(:cellnr:) a2
(:cell:) b2
(:cell:) c2
(:cell:) d2

Won't work in 1.x but i have my references pointed to the documentation 
of the official PmWiki site. I have not updated PmWiki to 2.0 and do not 
plan to until it's out of Beta state (and less complicated conversion 
tools would be around).
It was probably not a smart idea of mine to link to the original site 
anyways, but i bet i'm not the only one (either using hard links or 

I kept a copy of the original documents just in case...

One of the suggestions i would like to post is if the documentation 
could be indexed under it's proper version number (this will also clear 
up linking problems in the future):

Keep up the good work, it's a great tool!


Vincent Voois.

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