[development] internal link filter & master filter list

Bèr Kessels ber at webschuur.com
Sun Jul 9 09:44:50 UTC 2006

Good idea. 
Maybe it is a good idea to collaborate with the "links bundle" team? 

They have all sorts of modules and apis to handle links. The best about them, 
is that these modules are consistent and coöperative. Adding a module to that 
for inline links sounds like a very good plan, to me.


Op vrijdag 7 juli 2006 15:21, schreef Ray Zimmerman:
> I'm considering writing a simple input filter module to handle
> internal links [1]. It would take paths like node/99 and prefix them
> with the appropriate base_path. I have two questions:
> 1. Is there an official master list of input filter syntax somewhere
> that I can consult to make sure I don't use syntax that tromps on
> somebody else's existing filters? I was thinking of using something
> like [ilink:<internal_path>] (for internal link).
> 2. Can anyone suggest an alternate solution to the problem I'm trying
> to solve [1]? On a related note, I believe ideally, the Links package
> [2] should handle internal links as well as external ... not sure if
> that's the intention ... Scott?
> Thanks,
> 	Ray
> [1] There seems to be no supported solution for including robust
> internal links in your content (please educate me if I'm wrong here).
> The problem is to find a way to create an internal link in my content
> that will continue to work correctly without modification (e.g. like
> menu paths do) when I move the site to a new path. See this thread on
> the support list for a bit more background: http://lists.drupal.org/
> archives/support/2006-07/msg00058.html
> [2] ttp://drupal.org/node/72459

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