#foswiki 2012-03-21,Wed

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SvenDowideitoh.
so if i put a unicode char into a tmpl file
it doesn't work out?
⎈menu↓
but on browser i get gibbelerish
interesting
whereas if i c&p it into wysiwyg or wiki text edit, it gets escaped into different codes
from wysiwyg: ⎈menu↓
from wiki text: ⎈menu↓
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gac410well 9096 decimal is 2388 hex. (if I'm making my calculator work correctly) [00:47]
SvenDowideitgrin
i was more impressed that it works from the user UI
but saddened that my tmpl files probably are thus not loaded as unicode 'magically'
[00:47]
gac410the utf8 / unicode core work for 2.0 (or 1.2?) has a lot of work ahead I suspect [00:48]
SvenDowideitmmm, course, i didn't tell foswiki to do the unicode dance [00:48]
marian_banicai did it :D horrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrray. [00:51]
SvenDowideitnice'un
didja docco it :p
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marian_banicanow i need to change the default skin. :)
i want NatSkin
how i can do this?
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SvenDowideitSvenDowideit runs away :)
use configure, and then be prepared to read the docco
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gac410NatSkin is a rather complex ecosystem of many plugins [00:52]
SvenDowideitas it has lots of plugin dependencies
yes, i am biased towards other solutions :)
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kip3fI've never experimented with it
is it worth the trouble?
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SvenDowideiter, thats a loaded q
micha would emphatically say yes
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gac410But it's his child :) [00:54]
SvenDowideiti am very strongly biased towards lighter weight solutions that don't re-implement core infrastructure
micha very biased towards getting what he needs done now, so is not prepared to wait for the core to tweak X/Y and Z
but, I've been a core developer for just under 10 years now
so my bias is as strong, and blind as his :)
[00:54]
kip3fI see some proposals from ... years ago and they seem very simple
but not implemented
actually, that proposal about suppressing INCLUDE content is an example
[00:57]
SvenDowideitcorrect [00:58]
marian_banicaso NatSkin is not the best solution? [00:58]
SvenDowideitwe leave lots of trails :)
marian_banica, depends on what you're solving
[00:58]
marian_banicai try to use FW for our intranet solution
and i have really blonde girls in the company
:d
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SvenDowideiti'm not sure that any skin will help or hinder with that :)
kip3f, y, we keep hoping that a new developer will pick things up
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marian_banicagodd one :d [01:01]
SvenDowideitbut they rapidly fall into doing bigger things [01:01]
marian_banica*good [01:01]
SvenDowideitmarian_banica, truely, it might be worth looking at natskin, but i woudl not do it on your only foswiki install
as it will be painful to remove if you find it unsuitable
[01:02]
gac410yes, definitely worth using a test system. The plugin dependencies are very complex. [01:02]
SvenDowideitto try stuff out, you could use the usb stick foswiki and install things via configure [01:02]
marian_banicatell me from your point of view top 3 skins counting in consideration: 1) easy to be used 2) general aspect 3) how complex is [01:03]
kip3fwhat problem(s) are you trying to solve [01:03]
SvenDowideitpattern skin - you already have it - complex
pattern skin with theme - read docco for pattern skin - slightly more so
er, 3 is __hard__
natskin - intricate and an ecosystem of its own - if it works right off perfect, if not don't ask me
OR
widgets skin - simple, but requires you to learn skin-ing - er, yeah, cimplicated
natskin is a misnomer because it uses lots of plugins to make things work, and you are locked into the nat way to do things
so maybe the right comparison, is that natskin is like osx - looks great, and perfect if you work in the nat way, but really really complex if you want somethign that is not the nat way?
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marian_banicafor my needs NatSkin is perfect but i am afraid cause i am a beginner [01:09]
SvenDowideitif you beleive that nat is perfect for you, then it would be silly not to use it
though as a beginner i'm not sure how you can know that its perfect, or better than pattern
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marian_banicai just don't like pattern [01:11]
SvenDowideityou can trivially make it look totally different
using css
;like; is too fuzzy to help make recomendations on
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marian_banicaok i will make it different with CSS :) [01:12]
SvenDowideitthere is customisation docco linked to on the PatternSkin topic [01:13]
kip3fI wish the default skin had things like a javascript menu bar [01:15]
SvenDowideitsimple
add the jquery menu skin
iirc it is additive to patternskin
we try to build in blocks
well, thats the point, most of the skins build using small blocks that enhance each other, nat skin on the other and is an all or nothing
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marian_banicahow i can create articles in multiple languages? [01:50]
SvenDowideityes [01:50]
marian_banicahow? [01:50]
SvenDowideitby writing? [01:50]
gac410There is a TopicTranslationPlugin which will can assist. [01:51]
SvenDowideitthere are character set and language settings in configure (for starters)
dammit. and if you want one page to have multiple versions in different languages, and to show the right one
er, then i have a nifty idea, but its not been developed
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marian_banicahmm... which idea?
:d
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gac410It doesn't do translations, but if a topic exists in translated form, it will present it. See Foswiki:Extensions.TopicTranslationsPlugin (I've never tested it) [01:52]
FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Extensions.TopicTranslationsPlugin [ TopicTranslationsPlugin ] [01:52]
SvenDowideitand not wanting to push it - i can either just tell you and watch you mumble about needing to learn all of foswiki, or offer consulting :(
basically, i recon i can (or any experienced foswiki implementor) envisage a way to use view and edit templates to show /edit one of a series of backing topics
based on lagnuage
(er language selection)
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marian_banicaoffice connector is open source or paid? [02:08]
SvenDowideitwebdav? paid [02:09]
marian_banicauuuu :d [02:09]
SvenDowideittrying to recoup development costs is really hard
and it was ugly to implement, and alot more work to debug
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marian_banicayou are the developer? [02:09]
SvenDowideitnope
crawford is
but we're part of a loose partnership
he's in the uk, i'm in australia
[02:11]
kip3fis there a list of commercial foswiki components ? [02:12]
SvenDowideiti think that one might be it actually
as its not commercial
mm, ok, i lie, there is also mmm, ReadWriteOffline
also crawford :)
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[foswiki/master] Item11679: Remove user from groups too. - GeorgeClark
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[foswiki/master] Item11679: Don't remove base mapping users. - GeorgeClark
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flexibeastWould anyone be able to explain FW unit tests to me, please? [02:55]
gac410Better to ask questions I'll try (assuming my network stays up) [02:56]
SvenDowideitSvenDowideit notes that was a question, but also doesn't know where to start [02:58]
gac410I'm afraid that the best bet is to make small changes and gradually become familiar. BTW there are huge differences between tests
The actual / expected stuff can be really confusing at times.
[02:59]
flexibeastOkay, well, take test_escapedWikwordFormfield in FormattingTests.pm.
$expected and $actual are identical literals.
How could that test ever fail?
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gac410gac410 looking [03:02]
SvenDowideitits possible that its a 'me' test - making sure that the test suite actually does what i think [03:03]
gac410nope - I wrote it. Is that enough explanation [03:03]
SvenDowideitnope :p [03:03]
gac410(It does fail BTW) The test is that the rendered formfield should NOT change (but it does). [03:03]
flexibeastOh okay.
*ponders for a moment*
[03:04]
gac410So we start with actual = !WikiWord It is then "rendered" and tested to see if it is still !WikiWord. (It fails because render changes it to <nop>WikiWord [03:04]
flexibeast*nod* [03:04]
gac410is. Escapes inside an input formfield should not be rendered into something different. If the user typed in !blah then they had better get !blah and not <nop>blah [03:05]
flexibeast*nod* Yes, i remember looking at the Item about that.
So, hm, let me try something ....
[03:05]
gac410It fails because the fix was too risky for 1.1.5 ... I have a fix stashed.
You are trying to add the SpacedOutWikiWord test?
[03:06]
flexibeasti am - well, i can see that there are a number of unit tests i'm going to be creating, as there are a couple of plugins i intend to create, so the spaceOutWikiWord test is a good start. :-)
Visually i can see that my change works in my dev FW install; it's trying to work out what i need to do in the unit test that's the issue.
What i currently have in FormattingTests.pm is http://pastebin.com/1vsEquyn
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gac410So take a simple test like test_simpleWikiWord ... duplicate it to test_spacedOutWikiWord The ACTUAL = %SPACEOUT{whatever}% and Expected is the rendered WikiWord, probably <a ... > [03:13]
flexibeastAaah, okay. [03:13]
gac410The do_test subroutine "expands" and "renders" the ACTUAL, and then compares it to the EXPECTED [03:14]
flexibeasti had those two things the other way around.
Or did i.
Ack, now i'm confusing myself!
Anyway, trying a new ACTUAL and EXPECTED.
Hm.
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gac410Yeah. the expected/actual is truly confusing at times. What I do is typcially add print statements to the do_test and rerun adn debug. You can run a single test btw. ./bin/TestRunner -clean FormattingTests::test_myNewTest [03:16]
flexibeastSo in ACTUAL i put
%SPACEOUT{"SOSTitanic"}%
But the test run gives me:
" Got as result:
%SPACEOUT{"SOSTitanic"}%"
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gac410gac410 looks again.
It does call >expandMacros($actual); So I'd expect the %SPACEOUT to be expanded. Hm...
[03:18]
flexibeastHere's literally what i've currently got: http://pastebin.com/7z9VqErD [03:20]
gac410gac410 tries [03:20]
SvenDowideitmmm, so
pager=on
what would you expect pagesize=?
it seems that the to-ing and fro-ing on the spec made the default i originally set dissappear
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gac410gac410 doesn't get it. Macros are not expanding. wth ... [03:28]
marian_banicagood night [03:32]
gac410goodnight marian_banica
flexibeast: I'm having some brain fade here. I just don't get why the macros are not expanding.
[03:32]
flexibeastOkay, might fire up the debugger then .... [03:34]
gac410This seems simple. There must be something I'm missing here. [03:35]
Cool - bug in the test. [03:43]
flexibeastOkay. :-) [03:44]
gac410do_test calls $this->{test_topicObject}->expandMacros($actual); but should really do: $actual = $this->{test_topicObject}->expandMacros($actual);
It doesn't actually expand macros.
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flexibeastflexibeast adds "$actual = " before "$this->" etc.
W00t!
[03:46]
julian_workfinally, someone whos says w00t correctly.. :D [03:48]
flexibeast*laugh [03:49]
gac410flexibeast: You are obviously the first person to try to use a macro in the FormattingTests. Yeesh. [03:51]
flexibeastYes, a quick scan over that file didn't show many (any?) macros in ACTUAL, so it didn't occur to me that one could use them. [03:53]
gac410Well the code was written to use them .. just not correctly
The rest all pass, so looks safe to fix that one.
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flexibeast*nod* [03:54]
gac410[off] g'night all [04:04]
flexibeastNight! [04:04]
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SvenDowideitoh dear. somethign in 1.1.5 is causing my search result order to change :( [04:35]
GithubBot[foswiki] foswiki pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/sZbORw
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[foswiki/Release01x01] Item10350: add unit tests that pass - the broken pager functionality as its shipped - SvenDowideit
[foswiki/Release01x01] Item10350: modify to show what we want, now they fail - SvenDowideit
[foswiki/Release01x01] Item10350: don't show the pager if there is only one page of info - SvenDowideit
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[foswiki/master] Item10090: convert this pattern skin customisation into something that might suite smaller screens - action bar anchored to bottom of browser (works in IE too), top bar small, and sidebar pops out (using js for now) - SvenDowideit
[foswiki/master] Item11665: JQGridPlugin spelling - SvenDowideit
[foswiki/master] Item10659: deal with https and shorterurls setup changes - SvenDowideit
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pharveyhi LarsEik [07:17]
LarsEikhey pharvey :) good mornin' [07:17]
pharveyMorning! I wish I had coffee. 3rs sleep doesn't make me happy.
LarsEik: Got some more mongodb fixes to finish off in the next week or two. Can you remind me of the major problems you're having? Apart from the slow $formfields when they're built with SEARCH. Although I think CDot found some room for improvement there if I read IRC correctly the other day (did he raise a task?)
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LarsEikyou don't have coffee? oh dear.... [07:19]
pharveyhave to go in a minute [07:20]
LarsEikWell, http://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item11672 is a pain atm. [07:21]
pharveyoh, I missed that :)
I'll look at it, thanks
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LarsEikNo, I'm the one to thank :) [07:22]
pharveyLarsEik: how old is your checkout, with this problem? SvenDowideit committed a TOPICINFO fix recently, that was causing those extra TOPICINFO lines to occur [07:24]
LarsEikI did svn up but then pattern somehow didn't work out so I had to revert. rev 13794, january sometime.
I havent tried rcswrap instead of rcslite, haven't a clue if it is relevant to test either, but removing all txt,v files helps
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pharveyI think there's several different problems here
are you regularly touching *.txt files?
the duplicate TOPICINFO lines are fixed last month, IIRC, so probably later than your january checkout
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LarsEikShould I? No I'm not doing any regular touch on files [07:29]
pharveyI mean: I'm wondering why you're getting the UnkownUser problems - is this because of the new behaviour with ,v files that are inconsistent with the .txt TOPICINFO
LarsEik: relevant bug item - Item11586
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FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item11586 [ Item11586: saveTopicText with embedded META:TOPICINFO doubles up. ] [07:30]
LarsEikThat looks like the TOPICINFO thing, yes
You're right, it might be several different problems
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CDotSvenDowideit: re: unicode magic. I found a whole screed - a veritable farrago - of modules that contain \w, but do not "use locale". That might be the problem. [08:09]
SvenDowideitmumble
i just opened System.UpgradeGuide
and it tells me its
[08:10]
CDotof course, \w is only useful on unicode strings, and we don't have any - or do we? Actually, we do, as topic names and URL params are encoded UTF8 [08:10]
SvenDowideit_This guide covers upgrading from a previous version of Foswiki or TWiki (such as Cairo or TWiki4.0) to Foswiki 1.0
'that might be a problem' too
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CDotall jolly confusing, and will remain so until we tip the core into "unicode only" [08:10]
SvenDowideitand for that, we need, er, focus. [08:11]
CDotfocus and hands [08:11]
SvenDowideiti'm a bit shocked to find how easy it is to write several chapters of foswiki howto stuff that isn't doccoed [08:11]
CDotwhy are you shocked? very few of us ever write docco. [08:13]
SvenDowideitwe ship dooco that says "---++ Additional steps when upgrading from TWiki Cairo"
like argh!
SvenDowideit mumbles some more
clearly this is not the doc that gac410 was refering to when he said i need to add some info to the upgrade guide
SvenDowideit goes back to cooking, its safer
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[foswiki/Release01x01] Item11680: mixed http and https sites get logged off too quickly - instantly really.. - SvenDowideit
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[foswiki/master] Item11680: mixed http and https sites get logged off too quickly - instantly really.. - SvenDowideit
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[foswiki/master] Item11648: turn off natedit skin for this test - CrawfordCurrie
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SvenDowideithey CDot
i presume you're also making the pattern skin version of the natedit tmpl?
cos atm, the syling isn't consistent
other than that, tis nice
mmm, doesn't look like too many classes and id's, so hopefully won't be an epic saga
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CDotnoooo, I wasn't going to. I tried to collaborate with Michael, but it's just not working.
creating a "pattern-skin natedit template set" might be just the separation we need
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SvenDowideitit works for him and his needs.. [11:30]
CDoty
but I hate duplication of effort :-(
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SvenDowideitmumble [11:31]
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argh!
in the process of trying to figure out a simple encode bug with LINKTOOLTIPINFO =on
i find out that sometimes, setting LINKTOOLTIPINFO = on does _not_ == LINKTOOLTIPINFO =$username - $date - r$rev: $summary
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flexibeastAny hints as to why notification emails might suddenly be no longer displayed the names of changed topics? Revision numbers still appear, usernames still appear.
And i tried editing the relevant template - i set up a custom one for our org, which was working until just recently - to manually specific the static text 'Test' instead of %TOPIC%, but still nothing is being displayed in the relevant column.
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MichaelDaumCDot, why is natedit not working for you?
natedit is been used in a series of pure-pattern foswiki sites w/o any mods
so I wonder what's going on...
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SvenDowideitMichaelDaum, it works, but it also is not pattern skin styled
imo its a trivial tiny thing - a few extra classes kind of thing
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MichaelDaumah ok so some css optimizations [12:12]
SvenDowideitit'll be more intereting when people want to add more features [12:12]
MichaelDaumya [12:13]
SvenDowideitas they obviously will be working under the feature&release process, not the 'micha process
but who needs to borrow trouble
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MichaelDaumthere are some plans for natedit to clean up the js code [12:13]
SvenDowideitflexibeast, no :/
there's a difference between _your_ plans, and whoever makes a feat req plan
that always seems to cause frictions
but meh
i'm still hitting 'shit that broke between 2004 and now' issues
so i'm in argh! land
and i'm guessing we'll hit more ancient twiki's upgrading to foswiki as time goes on
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MichaelDaumbeen lots of people interested in foswiki coming from twiki on cebit [12:15]
SvenDowideitmakes sense
if you have to upgrade anyway, you may as well look around
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MichaelDaumlike "worried about no-actions ... in need of an upgrade....then consider upgrade to foswiki" [12:16]
SvenDowideiteven if one were not worried about no-action, a sensible business would _consider_ both options, and anything else that can do the same thing
OH.
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flexibeastSvenDowideit: Looking at the HTML output of the notification email [12:18]
SvenDowideitwe have no tooltips!
i mean, no unit tests for tooltips?
mumblemumblemumble!
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flexibeastIt has: http://pastebin.com/TN4hdFcE [12:18]
SvenDowideitwow :/ [12:19]
flexibeastand those HTML comments strike me as odd, and reminiscent of Template.pm TRACE being enabled - but TRACE is definitely off. [12:19]
SvenDowideitthe worst thing is, i can't recal that code at all
btw MichaelDaum your page optimise plugin
we wrote code that did that once in core
had to remove it, because it broke stuff
need DOM
and even that is dangerous in the corners
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MichaelDaumy. and a perf problem. [12:21]
SvenDowideitperf just means buy a bigger faster :) [12:21]
MichaelDaumthose cleanups in POP are of a kind _easy_ to spot [12:21]
SvenDowideitincorrect rendering hurts
only if you view every topic in every permutiation
[12:21]
MichaelDaumand fetching out css links and js is not that of a problem [12:21]
SvenDowideitand have full control and awareness of the risks
anyone other than you of course won't know what to look for, won't test it all and won't have that control
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MichaelDaumthe only situation where I'd consider a proper DOM parser is when trying to tackle the <p></p> problem [12:22]
SvenDowideitwhich is exactly why we pulled it [12:22]
MichaelDaumbesides dragging out micro data from html [12:23]
flexibeastSvenDowideit: There's a template cache? If so, could it be that a cached version of the template that was used when TRACE was enabled is being used? [12:23]
SvenDowideiti certainly never commited the tmpl cache i wrote
i don't think we have one yet
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flexibeastOh okay; the reason i asked is that in Templates.pm there's a comment that says:
"Note; the template cache does not get reset during initialisation"
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SvenDowideitmmm
it is worth kicking apache in case
but then i didn't ask - ar eyou running fcgid?
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flexibeastNo, this is on shared hosting. [12:25]
SvenDowideitmy DH has fcgid
so ner
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flexibeast*laugh* [12:26]
SvenDowideitif DH had an au datacenter, and on in europe
it'd be almost perfect
perfect will be when they offer openstack, which i recon will be in the next months
na, drugs&bed time, i'm broken
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flexibeastSleep well then! [12:27]
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CDotMichaelDaum: natedit is working fine; but I'm not going to do any more on it. I have enough to do without arguing every little change with you.
as far as I'm concerned what we have now is good enough for release
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MichaelDaumthe changes back and forth on the templates haven't been adding any value. this was very annoying. [12:45]
marian_banicafrom where i can take version 3.5 of DBCachePlugin and there is any way to install NatSkin without DB Cache Plugin? [12:49]
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CDotIn your opinion perhaps. But then to integrate into core, they have to pass unit testing and running with asserts enabled, and they passed neither. Anyway, it's moot now; they pass testing, and are in the core. [13:11]
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marian_banicahei guys
if i want to setup pidjin for this chat how i can do this?
a... i see now :d
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Babartsss
who removed the DEPENDENCIES for NatEditPlugin?
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weird... it works for me :(
or not.
!include ../NatEditPlugin/lib/Foswiki/Contrib/NatEditPlugin
seriously?!
Item11648
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FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item11648 [ Item11648: Add NatEditPlugin to core Add NatEditPlugin to core Add NatEditPlugin to the core ] [17:11]
CDotwas me [17:11]
BabarBabar knows that
(git told me)
Copy/Paste got you
[17:11]
CDotoic - Contrib. Whoops [17:12]
Babar*** changes not yet dcommited - build aborted [17:12]
CDotCDot could stare at that line for hours, and still not see it [17:12]
Babarcan't even test, have to commit :)
but luckily the task isn't closed, so that's easy
that's weird it even worked
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GithubBot[foswiki] foswiki pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/DyB1mA
[foswiki/master] Item11648: fix MANIFEST, NatEditPlugin is a Plugin, not a Contrib... - OlivierRaginel
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Babarouch.
Babar really hates what he finds :(
this code is utterly broken
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ok, should be fixed. More or less [17:42]
GithubBot[foswiki] foswiki pushed 2 new commits to master: http://git.io/8xEo5Q
[foswiki/master] Item11648: bringing in NatEdit reminded me that BuildContrib is broken and needs fixing - OlivierRaginel
[foswiki/master] Item11648: perltidy - OlivierRaginel
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FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item11648 [ Item11648: Add NatEditPlugin to core Add NatEditPlugin to core Add NatEditPlugin to the core ] [17:45]
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CDotBTW we need some way to save the STDERR output of ->capture and ->captureWithKey in the event of a failure in the tests. [18:00]
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marian_banica1hei guys
can you tell me why in TOC i receive an image?
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