A list of bugs is created simply by putting the bug number (prefix optional, and is ignored) and a title (usually the bug's title on the tracker) in anonymous parameters. If the title contains a
=, it needs to be escaped with the template
The list of bugs can be separated into sections with headers, which are also anonymous parameters, prefixed with
;. Each section will be ordered by ascending bug number. There are five aliases for the headers:
From released versions before <parent version>
From the <parent version> development versions
From the previous development version
From the current version, hotfixed
The parent version number only shows up correctly if Template:Version nav is on the same page, as it uses that template to determine the parent version. As a result, it might not appear when previewing sections.
project parameter can be set to change the project from the default (MC).
MC – Java Edition
MCPE – Bedrock Edition, Education Edition
MCL – Launcher
MCE – Minecraft Earth
MCD – Minecraft Dungeons
A link to the issue tracker can be created by specifying one or more of the available query parameters:
fixedin – finds issues with a matching fixVersion field.
notfixedin – finds issues without a matching fixVersion field.
affected – finds issues with a matching affectedVersion field.
These are all comma-separated lists of version names. The
prefix argument can be specified to add a prefix before each fix version name.
For Java Edition versions after 1.14.4 Pre-Release 7, there is no need to add any prefix.