Hello and welcome to the wiki.
I renamed your interesting article to Linear gradient (C) as this is the common naming convention used in LiteratePrograms.
Nice to see a contribution like this. I hope we will see more such articles:-)
Ahy1 08:06, 23 February 2012 (UTC)
Yeah, thanks. BTW, if you know how to convert formula into math tag, please go ahead. I got an error telling that a directory is not writable... Also in-lining images would be nice, they are not very heavy (10~20Kb). Tpierron 15:19, 23 February 2012 (UTC)
- I also get the same error when using a new formula, but not when copying a formula that is already used in the wiki. This seems like a server issue (maybe lacking file permissions).
- It also seems like uploading of files have the same problem now. I don't have access to the server to fix it, so you might contact User talk:Deco the wiki owner. Ahy1 08:09, 24 February 2012 (UTC)
- Welcome Tpierron, I apologise for the server issues. File uploads and math tags both work fine now since the MediaWiki upgrade and have been tested - please contact me if you have any further issues. I've uploaded one of your images (the gradient one) and embedded it in the article, but would like to ask you to upload the other one using the "Upload file" link in the left sidebar, since I need your copyright release in order to host it. I'm also cleaning up your use of noweb syntax a bit, to ensure the whole program makes it into the "Download code" output. I think linear gradient is a great example for a literate program and I really appreciate the contribution! Dcoetzee 16:40, 9 April 2012 (UTC)