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DocBookExport: Breaks when page name contains a "/" (slash)
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(The last one, I promise.)

Calling basename on a link URL to obtain the pagename will fail for pages containing slashes.
This makes a subsequent call to wfFindFile( $filename )->getLocalRefPath() bail out complaining about using getLocalRef on a bool value.


Another occurrence is at
This is less critical, as it will probably just lead to links not appearing in the final document.

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Vvjjkkii renamed this task from DocBookExport: Breaks when page name contains a "/" (slash) to ddbaaaaaaa.Jul 1 2018, 1:04 AM
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Sorry for the late reply ( Its been a year :( )
If you are still using this it would be great if you could provide an example of a filename containing a slash. I am not sure if that is even okay to have?

This is about page names that contain slashes, e.g. any sub-page. Something like

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