The WantedPages show impossible results. That means it lists pages as missing that exists and sometimes pages are referred that are dynamically allocated.
Steps to reproduce
Unfortunately I cannot reproduce it. I haven't found out yet why it does something like this.
Addendum by John Shipman, email@example.com, 2007-07-25. Apologies if this is not the correct way to contribute to a bug report, but I believe I've found a way to reproduce this bug:
- On some page A, add a macro to display its subpages:
Create a page A/B. Revisit page A and a link to A/B will appear in the expansion of the PageList macro.
- Delete page A/B. Revisit page A and no link to A/B will appear.
Go to WantedPages and it still shows a dead link from A to A/B.
1) Take a look at
88. CVS: Source Code Management
CVS is listed although it is linked correctly.
maybe related to CVS direntry special treatment in pagelist function.
2) Take a look at some "Kategorie"-Link like
2. ATI: Kategorie/Hardware
"Kategorie/NAME"-Sites only have one single line:
First the site is dynamically allocated, further if you visit the "Kategorie/Hardware" there is no site ATI listed. But: If you visit "ATI" and take a look at the info you'll see, that the pages was deleted and was listed as "Kategorie/Hardware" before. So it may be that some cache or index still exists and it is not a bug.
Version 1.5.5a [Revision release]
2.4.3 (#2, Oct 6 2006, 07:52:30) [GCC 4.0.3 (Ubuntu 4.0.3-1ubuntu5)]
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