|Title|inline images don't appear for capitalized image file extension names
|Date|22-Nov-2005 23:18:53 EET
|Version|current
|Submitter|128.101.35.48
|[Bug criticality]|LightBug
|Browser version|Mozilla
|[Bug status]|ClosedBug
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|Date            | 2004-01-09
|JSPWiki version | current
|Browser         | Mozilla
 

__inline images don't appear for capitalized image file extension names__  --KenLiu

[http://images10.newegg.com/ProductImageCompressAll125/56-101-207-22.JPG]

[http://images10.newegg.com/ProductImageCompressAll125/56-101-207-22.jpg]

This is not a bug, the inline images property in your config file lists 'jpg' but not 'JPG'.  It's case sensitive.  Just add the capital cases and all will be well.  (Or submit a patch to make them case insensitive.


Ah.  Any thoughts on which would be preferred? --KenLiu

Hum.  I guess case insensitivity is the less headache way, but it will make things somewhat inconsistent then across plugins.  Anyone want to pick this up?  --JanneJalkanen



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--AnonymousCoward, 30-Apr-2007