[pmwiki-users] how to get pmwiki to use markups in a string

Patrick Ogay Evolution lists at basel-inside.ch
Mon Aug 24 10:12:17 CDT 2009

Thanks for the first hint,

I tryed it a few things, but the sucess has not arrived yet:-) 
I haven't found much examples of usage in the web, 
so I tryed following things:



The last result was like this:
(on the bottom strange signs, result of conversion) 
also the calls above disturb pmwiki, and do not even touch the string in
the footer).

while without the call it looks "normal"

but as one sees, the footerline link, is what I like to convert in the

Patrick Ogay

On Sam, 2009-08-22 at 10:21 -0400, Peter Bowers wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 22, 2009 at 6:27 AM, Patrick Ogay
> Evolution<lists at basel-inside.ch> wrote:
> > Sometimes - particularly in cookbook recipes or skins - I like to
> > generate an formatted output, using the pmwiki environment and markup.
> >
> > How can I archive this.
> > Once I tryed to get a bold markup, but it did't work like this:
> >
> >  PRR();
> >  $src = "'''Titel'''";
> >  $fmt = FmtPageName($src, $pagename);
> >  $files .= "$pagename-$src";
> >  $files .= $fmt;
> Rather than PRR() and FmtPageName() (neither of these are needed in
> this context) use MarkupToHTML().
> (This is assuming the formatted output you want is HTML.)
> After you've got the HTML then you'll probably need the Keep() function as well.
> -Peter

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