Namespaces

Last modified by Magento Admin on Mon, October 8, 2007 22:03
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In DokuWiki you can use so called “namespaces” to categorize your pages.

Creating Namespaces

You don’t need to create namespaces separately; simply create pages with colons in the pagename. The token after the last colon will be the name of the page itself, while all other tokens are namespaces. All namespaces used in your pagename that don’t exist already will be created by DokuWiki automatically.

Examples:
example
.example
.:example
refers to the page “example” in the current namespace.
:examplerefers to the page “example” in the root namespace.
..example
..:example
.:..:example
refers to the page “example” in the parent namespace
wiki:examplerefers to the page “example” in the namespace “wiki”. The namespace “wiki” is located beneath the root namespace.
ns1:ns2:example
:ns1:ns2:example
refers to the page “example” in the namespace ns2. The namespace ns2 is located beneath the namespace ns1; the namespace ns1 is located beneath the root namespace.
.ns1:ns2:example
.:ns1:ns2:example
refers to the page “example” in the namespace ns2. The namespace ns2 is located beneath the namespace ns1; the namespace ns1 is located beneath the current namespace.
..ns1:ns2:example
..:ns1:ns2:example
refers to the page “example” in the namespace ns2. The namespace ns2 is located beneath the namespace ns1; the namespace ns1 is located besides the current namespace (i.e. both ns1 and the current namespace are beneath the same parent namespace, wherever according to the root namespace this parent may be located itself).
.ns1:ns2:refers to the page “start” in the namespace ns2. The namespace ns2 is located beneath the namespace ns1; the namespace ns1 is located beneath the current namespace.



 

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