|Title|Named Anchors
|Date|04-Dec-2004 23:48:30 EET
|Version|JSPWiki 2.1.86-alpha
|Submitter|ReinhardEngel
|Criticality|~MediumBug
|Browser version| Internet Explorer 6.0 SP1
|Status|ClosedBug
|[PageProvider] used|VersioningFileProvider
|Servlet Container|Tomcat 4.1
|Operating System|Windows 2K
|URL|
|Java version|1.4.1

On 2003-10-10  Janne Jalkanen  wrote [http://www.ecyrd.com/~jalkanen/JSPWiki/2.1.86-alpha/ChangeLog]:
{{{
        * v2.1.78.

        * Headings now generate a named anchor.  This enables things like
        page contents.  The current scheme is
        '#section-<pagename>-<heading>', where both the <pagename> and
        <heading> are WikiNames.  The WikiName of the heading is done in
        exactly the same way as with normal WikiPages.  For more
        information, see NamedHeadings in the jspwiki_samplepages.zip.
        Suggested by Paul Downes.
}}}

The generated named anchors do not respect (wrong word i know ;-) ) german special charakters (umlaute). 

Eg: in Sandbox

{{{!Ä}}}
is translated to
{{{<h4><a name="section-Sandbox-%C4">Ä</a></h4>}}}

Cause of this headlines with special charakters can not be used for handmade page contents.

--[Heinz-Josef Lücking]

Actually, I think your word is correct.  Hm.  Actually, this was the best way I could think of doing it; URIs do not allow any characters outside US-ASCII, so we have to encode them somehow.

-- [Janne Jalkanen]

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Fixed in 2.1.133.

-- JanneJalkanen