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From "THOMAS, BRIAN M \(SBCSI\)" <bt0...@att.com>
Subject #include()ed doc not loading
Date Tue, 25 Apr 2006 15:08:32 GMT
I'm a little fuddled about a macro definition file.  The Velocity engine
is running in a Tomcat server (XWiki, actually) and I have a Velocity
macro defined in a wiki document which is included in another wiki
document which also calls it.

The problem is that after the wiki restarts, the macro definition file
is not loaded - or at least, the macro definition is not placed into the
context - as evidenced by Velocity rendering the call instead of its
execution.  Its argument is expanded, so that it's plain that it is
being rendered.  What usually fixes it is when one of us opens the file
explicitly, or saves it.

I'm not at all certain that this is a Velocity problem, but I'd like to
know if there's a way to learn whether an #include directive has failed,
other than to note that the macro is undefined...?

brain[sic] 

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