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Transclusion     (1)

A term (believed to be) coined by Ted Nelson that refers to the inclusion of part of a document into another document by reference. A very similar feature, that was simply called "include," has also been available on the NLS oNLineSystem implementation by Doug Engelbart and his ARC (Augmentation Research Center at Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, California, USA) team back in the 1950's.     (1A)

  • Translusion is a feature that is also available on this wiki     (1B)
    • it is supported only on PurpleWiki v0.91 and above, and for "open" cwe's so far     (1B1)
    • see example below (the paragrph is actually transcluded from the WikiHomePage):     (1B2)
      • Please login (see: upper right corner, or create an account if you have not already done so) with a "WikiWord" styled user name (like "JaneDoe" or "AbrahamLincoln") for yourself before you proceed with a wiki authoring/editing session. We also recommend the use of a password (just use something simple, as this is not a secured site) so that your identity does not get spoofed too easily. After log-in, the "Edit text of this page" link will be activated at the lower-left corner of every page on the wiki. Text formatting rules for this flavor of wiki can be found at the TextFormattingRules page. For other guidelines to working with this Wiki, please read our WikiProcessGuide and WikiStyleGuide. First time users should read up on wikis at WhatIsaWiki and then play in the SandBox. If you are wondering what all that "{nid A}" is about, take a look at PurpleNumbers.        (1B2A)
    • to make the above happen, one applies the syntax " [t {PurpleNumber}] "     (1B3)
      • and, in this particular case, one only needs to type into the wiki edit window " Please login (see: upper right corner, or create an account if you have not already done so) with a "WikiWord" styled user name (like "JaneDoe" or "AbrahamLincoln") for yourself before you proceed with a wiki authoring/editing session. We also recommend the use of a password (just use something simple, as this is not a secured site) so that your identity does not get spoofed too easily. After log-in, the "Edit text of this page" link will be activated at the lower-left corner of every page on the wiki. Text formatting rules for this flavor of wiki can be found at the [[TextFormattingRules]] page. For other guidelines to working with this Wiki, please read our [[WikiProcessGuide]] and [[WikiStyleGuide]]. First time users should read up on wikis at [[WhatIsaWiki]] and then play in the SandBox. If you are wondering what all that "{nid A}" is about, take a look at PurpleNumbers.    "     (1B3A)


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