Template talk:es-noun-mf

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Linked lemma[edit]

This template needs to allow the lemma to be wikilinked. That would allow hijo de puta to use this template properly. Rod (A. Smith)

Done. Rod (A. Smith) 17:19, 12 September 2007 (UTC)
It looks like something has changed? —RuakhTALK 11:51, 15 May 2008 (UTC)
Dmcdevit changed it to use {{es-adj/doWork}} which needs serious work to be equivalent. Robert Ullmann 12:29, 15 May 2008 (UTC)
I didn't realize people were using "m=" to link the headword instead of "sg=". That strikes me as wrong, since it assumes the article is masculine, and "m" is just an extra parameter lying around we can use. We need to fix all instances of using "m=" to link the headword rather than fixing the template; the whole point of the template change is that now this template can be used equally on masculine ({{es-noun-mf|f=x}}, like normal) as well as in feminine forms, which used to break ({{es-noun-mf|m=x}}). Dmcdevit·t 15:18, 15 May 2008 (UTC)
Never mind. Having gone through all of the instances of this template, hijo de puta was the only one that used "m=" to link a headword, and was the only one that needed fixing, while on the other hand, there were about a dozen feminine forms that used it and were broken in the past (since it did the same thing as linking to the headword, "m=x" previously would just replace the headword with x, the masculine form, and break your plurals, not the desired function of understanding that you were giving it the masculine inflection). Was there a problem on some other article that you saw? Dmcdevit·t 16:30, 15 May 2008 (UTC)