The Code block macro {code} doesn't export if the macro is nested in another {multi-excerpt} macro in the final exported document. Is there an easy fix for this?

This wikimarkup

{code}

part 1

part 2

{code}

displays correctly on the page. but this section is part of a {multi excerpt} that displays on another page. The display is fine on the final page, but the export of the final page doesn't show the code block. Any tips?

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2011-12-17 - the comment functionality on this page does not work. So in answer to your questions here: using version 3.5.6.

Also another Q from me: What does "raise" a bug mean? "Report" a bug?

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in answer to your questions here: using version 3.5.6.

Also another Q from me: What does "raise" a bug mean? "Report" a bug?

Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Dec 11, 2011

Yes, sorry... I did mean report a bug. "raise" as a synonym for "create".

Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Dec 11, 2011

As Bruce pointed out, looks like this might be a problem with the New Code macro itself, since it also doesn't work in the standard include macro either. I'll investigate further.

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Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Dec 05, 2011

What version of Confluence are you using? It looks like the multi-excerpt macro hasn't been updated since around Confluence 3.5.

You could also try raising a bug report on the JIRA project for this plugin: https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/browse/CMEP

I guess you run into the same problem as we do. Ifound following item CONF-22263 which describes the bug. We found this bug in 3.5 and we also find it in 4.0

Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Dec 11, 2011

Ah, nice sleuthing! I'll see if I can get that bug onto our roadmap.

Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Dec 12, 2011

CONF-22263 has been fixed in the latest version of the Advanced Macros plugin - https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugin/details/145?versionId=767102

Just tested it and it works fine. Thanks a lot!

Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Dec 12, 2011

Woot! No worries :)

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