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Comments:JAMWiki 0.8.4

Multiple Reference Insertions Problem

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A snippet following this one-liner demonstrates the problem.

IEEE 754 Standard [1]...

Other source [2] refers to the same IEEE 754 standard [3], whereas ....

More text...

  1. 1 Binary Floating-Point Arithmetic ...
  2. 2 The Second Source
  3. 3 

It produces contents layout, simulated without links as follows :

IEEE 754 Standard [1]...

Other source [2] refers to the same IEEE 754 standard [3], whereas ....

More text...

  1. [1]Binary Floating Point Arithmetic...
  2. [2]The Second Source
  3. [3]

instead of expected layout simulated as:

IEEE 754 Standard [1]

Other source [2] refers to the same IEEE 754 standard [1], whereas ....

  1. [1.0][1.1]Binary Floating Point Arithmetic...
  2. [2]The Second Source

Got similar result in the JAMWiki site' sandbox. Configuration: JAMWiki-0.7.2, internal hsqldb, deployed 2009-07-26, apache-tomcat-6.0.18, openSUSE-11.2. This client uses Firefox-3.08, similar OS version. Alex Kramer' suggested jMath patch works nice. 0.8.2 runs on the same server, same problem. Easy deployment/configuration/maintenance. It worth packaging with Tomcat/jMath /Java-installer for non-professionals, targeting mainly at STEM education folks.

Thanks for the detailed report! I think this may already be captured on the Bug Reports page but I'll be sure to give it higher priority since it seems to have bitten a few people now. -- Ryan • (comments) • 22-Mar-2010 09:58 PDT
revision 2970 should fix the <revisions /> issue - the <ol> tag wasn't being closed, and surprisingly this seems to have gone unreported for a very long time. Thanks for the reports & test case - all will be fixed for JAMWiki 0.8.4. -- Ryan • (comments) • 23-Mar-2010 21:47 PDT