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The problem with the <nowiki><idlml></nowiki> tag is not a syntax error, but rather an upgrade error, left over from the move to Apache. According to Clayton, the <nowiki><idlml></nowiki> tag was added to the idl extension at a later date. Apparently, the installers picked up an earlier version, without that code. There is still hope that they can find the later version, and install it. I suggest that you needn't bother fixing the entries, unless they're in your way. Otherwise, we can always go back and "un-fix" them, if we get the extension working properly. --[[User:TJFrazier|TJ]] ([[User_talk:TJFrazier|Talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/TJFrazier|Contribs]]) 00:57, 18 May 2012 (UTC)
 
The problem with the <nowiki><idlml></nowiki> tag is not a syntax error, but rather an upgrade error, left over from the move to Apache. According to Clayton, the <nowiki><idlml></nowiki> tag was added to the idl extension at a later date. Apparently, the installers picked up an earlier version, without that code. There is still hope that they can find the later version, and install it. I suggest that you needn't bother fixing the entries, unless they're in your way. Otherwise, we can always go back and "un-fix" them, if we get the extension working properly. --[[User:TJFrazier|TJ]] ([[User_talk:TJFrazier|Talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/TJFrazier|Contribs]]) 00:57, 18 May 2012 (UTC)
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I changed the tags because it hampers the reading of a difficult subject. These unrecognized tags have been there for too long time. / Bernard

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Hi, Bernard,

The problem with the <idlml> tag is not a syntax error, but rather an upgrade error, left over from the move to Apache. According to Clayton, the <idlml> tag was added to the idl extension at a later date. Apparently, the installers picked up an earlier version, without that code. There is still hope that they can find the later version, and install it. I suggest that you needn't bother fixing the entries, unless they're in your way. Otherwise, we can always go back and "un-fix" them, if we get the extension working properly. --TJ (Talk | Contribs) 00:57, 18 May 2012 (UTC)


I understand.

I changed the tags because it hampers the reading of a difficult subject. These unrecognized tags have been there for too long time. / Bernard

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