MediaWiki talk:Linktrail

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The software ignores this page, and takes the regular expression in the message files, for performance and stability reasons.
Rich Farmbrough, 08:36 18 September 2007 (GMT).


what is the purpose of this item? wikiwichtel fristu

As far as I understand, it shows what words look like, and thus specify that if I type [[apple]]s,pears, the 's' is part of the word 'apple', and thus should be linking, while the comma and the 'pears' are not, and thus should not be linking. Andre Engels 13:00, 20 Feb 2004 (UTC)

Compare nl:MediaWiki:Linktrail, containing /^([äöüïëéèéàça-z]+)(.*)$/sD and de:MediaWiki:Linktrail, containing /^((?:ä|ö|ü|ß|[a-z])+)(.*)$/sD —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Patrick (talkcontribs) 21:21, 28 July 2004 (UTC).

Apparently these mean that the additional characters to be considered part of the word and not a separator, are äöüïëéèéàç and äöüß, respectively. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Patrick (talkcontribs) 21:31, 28 July 2004 (UTC).

Please comment on this if you know why apostrophes are not included in the regex. Many thanks, Samsara (talk  contribs) 14:33, 21 April 2007 (UTC)

As has been pointed out in the above discussion, this parameter is not apparently read in from this page. [1] Samsara (talk  contribs) 08:58, 23 April 2007 (UTC)


The comment in rev:36253 which extended support of the link trail from ASCII letter to all alphanumeric character mentions that linktrail is no longer used internally. Is this going to be removed? — Dispenser 02:30, 21 October 2008 (UTC)