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Valid link formats

With OSDN Wiki, you can generate links in many different types of formats.

CamelCase Linking

More than two English words starting with capital letters put together without a space in between will become a link. Numbers will be treated just the same as lower case letters. Anything besides alphabet letters and numbers will be not become a link, for example if you use Japanese Kanji letters.

Examples:

 * FrontPage
 * FrontPageTest21
 * 21FrontPage

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Linking to Wiki page

For those that are not CamelCase, using “wiki:Wiki pagename” will force them to become the links to Wiki page. If you add “project Unix name” right after “wiki:”, it will become the link to Wiki page for other projects. Due to the specifications of link, you can not use :#[]!'" for WikiName.

Examples:

 * wiki:FrontPage
 * wiki:21WikiName
 * wiki:docs:WikiLinks

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If you want to use Japanese, Chinese and Multibyte language Wiki name, it's simpler to use bracket link.

Linking to project page

With “project:project_Unix_name”, you can create a link to project page. You can do the same with “projects:”

Examples:

 * project:sourceforge
 * projects:slashdotjp

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Linking to ticket item

With “ticket:ticket_item_ID” or “#ID of the ticket item”, you can create a link to the ticket-item page with details.

Examples:

 * ticket:100
 * #100

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Linking to project Web page

With “prweb:pass”, you can create a link to project web page. If you write “prweb:project_Unix_name:pass”, then it will become the link to the project web page for other projects.

Examples:

 * prweb:/
 * prweb:slashdotjp:/?FAQ

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Linking to user profile

With “id:user's Unix name”, you can create a link to the user's page. You can also use “user:” or “users:”.

Examples:

 * id:sado
 * user:sugi
 * users:ishikawa

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Linking to source code

With “cvs:pass” or “svn:pass”, you can create a link to the pass of the source code. You can assign other project name, like “cvs:project_name:pass”.

Also, with “rnumber”, you can create a link to a specific revision of Subversion. When you are doing this, you can not assign a project name.

Examples:

 * cvs:/
 * svn:slashdotjp:/slashjp/trunk/COPYING
 * r123

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Linking to book

With “isbn:ISBN number”, you can create a link to a book page on Amazon Japan.

Examples:

 * isbn:4797338261

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Items surrounded with [ ] brackets will be forced to become a link. If you add a space within the brackets, the string text behind that space becomes the display name of the link.

Examples:

 * [FrontPage]
 * [wiki:FrontPage]
 * [id:sado sado's page ]
 * [http://srad.jp/ SRAD Japan]

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