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Item7314: Rename/Move of a parent topic with a non-WikiWord name breaks parent-child linkage

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If a Topic name is not a WikiWord, and the Topic is a parent topic, an attempt to Rename will not list the children in the "Update links" section.

-- TWiki:Main/ReneBiwer - 2013-08-13

The same Problem you can find here http://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item9966

-- TWiki:Main.ReneBiwer - 2013-08-14

Thank you Rene for reporting this. This seems to be a genuine bug; it needs to be investigated. In the TWiki:Codev.JerusalemReleaseMeeting2013x08x29 it was decided that this is not a release blocker, e.g. priority normal instead of urgent.

-- Peter Thoeny - 2013-08-30

Summary Rename/Move of a parent topic with a non-WikiWord name breaks parent-child linkage
ReportedBy TWiki:Main.ReneBiwer
Codebase 5.1.4
SVN Range TWiki-5.1.3-trunk, Tue, 30 Jul 2013, build 26135
AppliesTo Engine
Component Manage
Priority Normal
CurrentState New


TargetRelease patch

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Topic revision: r4 - 2013-08-30 - PeterThoeny
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