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trying syntax  
<pre>does html work</pre>
<b>this is bold?</b>
!!wiki wiki wiki?
Re: trying syntax  
> <pre>does html work</pre>
> <b>this is bold?</b>
> !!wiki wiki wiki?


Hmmm, plain text, eh?

 1 #include <stdio.h>
 2 #include <dlfcn.h>
 3 #include <sys/time.h>
 4
 5 int func(void)
 6 {
 7     return time(NULL);
 8 }
 9 int main(int argc, char **argv)
10 {
11     char *world = NULL;
12     Dl_info info;
13
14     dladdr( main, &info );
15
16     printf( "Hello %s!\n", strdup(argv[1]) );
17
18     world = "World";
19
20     return func();
21 }
Re: trying syntax  
Hmm. I wonder if urls are auto linked 


http://www.google.com?q=qnx%20is%20hoopy
Re: trying syntax  
Hmm. I wonder if wiki links work 

[os wiki page|HomePage]
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Re: trying syntax  
(Those deleted posts were met trying to figure out wiki link syntax for a forum posting.) 

Hmm. Some Wiki links work.  

It's not necessary to escape camel cased function names to keep them from being confused by  the forums editor. links:

ThreadDestroy() 

It's also not necessary to escape camel case words that are not wiki pages, since the forum editor will not link them. 

[HitchHikersGuideToTheGalaxy] 

[42|HitchHikersGuideToTheGalaxy] 

However, it also means that only wiki pages with camel case names will auto links. 

So these work: 

[SymmetricMultiProcessing]

[SMP|SymmetricMultiProcessing]


But these do not: 
 

[Source Guide|Os_source_guide] 


[Os_source_guide] 

 
[OSRoadmap]

[Road map|OSRoadmap]

Looks like the only reliable way to link a wiki page from a forum posting is to  use the full url.