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==Usage==
 
==Usage==
 
{{note|This template is intended for indirect use via [[Template:Semcon]]. Please, don't employ it directly!}}
 
{{note|This template is intended for indirect use via [[Template:Semcon]]. Please, don't employ it directly!}}

Latest revision as of 14:40, 9 July 2019

Usage

Note.png This template is intended for indirect use via Template:Semcon. Please, don't employ it directly!

This template is used in the background for approved semantic constraints. It presents them in a standardized way and provides listing in Category:Semantic constraints. For proposed semantic constraints use Template:SemconProposal.

Please, don't forget to hint at semantic constraints with template:semconHint!

Arguments

The template has three unnamed obligatory arguments:

  • 1: The constraint.
  • 2: The introduction date
  • 3: The approvement date

Example

{{semconApproved|Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.|2019-01-01|2019-05-01}}

delivers

Private-cloud-icon.png Semantic Constraint:
 
Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today.
 
Proposed on 2019-01-01
Approved on 2019-05-01
Please, recognize our guidelines on semantic constraints