I'm trying to create a user macro that displays the latest page version and the date the latest page was created. (Its part of a project to manage version control). I know the Change History macro exists but its too verbose.
I started to write a user macro as follows:
## Macro title: Page Version
## Macro has a body: N
## Body processing: No macro body
## Developed by: David Gibbons
## Date created: 09/12/2015
## Installed by:
<p> Page Version $confPage.version</p>
<p> Page Version $confPage.versionComment<p>
When the macro runs it will display the current Confluence version but won't display the page version. Am I using the right variable or should I be using a different method,
|is the variable which holds reference to your current page|
## @noparams <p>Confluence: $generalUtil.versionNumber<p> <p> Page Version: $content.version</p> <p> Page Version comment: $content.versionComment</p>
Including the macro body and parameters, the following Confluence objects are available to the macro:
The body of the macro (if the macro has a body)
Named parameters ("foo", "bar") passed to your macro.
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