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The "/whatis" page:

Typical usage:

Additional query parameters:

- show line numbers
- highlight line number N
- highlight lines M through N inclusive
- highlight lines M through N and Y through Z (inclusive)
- show more detail in the description
- redirect to the download (artifact page only)
- filename or hash as a query parameter
- alternative spelling for "name="
- alternative spelling for "name="
- The specific check-in to use with "name=" to identify the file.
- Force display of unformatted source text

The /artifact page show the complete content of a file identified by HASH. The /whatis page shows only a description of how the artifact is used. The /file page shows the most recent version of the file or directory called NAME, or a list of the top-level directory if NAME is omitted.

For /artifact and /whatis, the name= query parameter can refer to either the name of a file, or an artifact hash. If the ci= query parameter is also present, then name= must refer to a file name. If ci= is omitted, then the hash interpretation is preferred but if name= cannot be understood as a hash, a default "tip" value is used for ci=.

For /file, name= can only be interpreted as a filename. As before, a default value of "tip" is used for ci= if ci= is omitted.