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GithubBot[foswiki] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/8vCUHQ
[foswiki/master] Item12023: Fix up copyright, unit tests - GeorgeClark
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GithubBot[foswiki] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/8N1keg
[foswiki/master] Item12023: More checkers and fix manifest & deps - GeorgeClark
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FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item12023 [ Item12023: write a Log::Dispatch based Logger ] [02:45]
SvenDowideitoh gawd, this AuthCAS thing is a mess [02:46]
gac410Howdy SvenDowideit
we need to get the daily unit test runs going. Any light at the end of the tunnel (or is that a locomotive approaching)
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GithubBot[foswiki] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to Release01x01: http://git.io/dWTn3Q
[foswiki/Release01x01] Item12023: Sync unit tests for LogDispatchContrib - GeorgeClark
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SvenDowideitloco
mmm, gotta go to lunch
i've got to get Caslogin for foswiki working onsote by next wed
onsite
and it looks to me like i have to re-write the CPAN module
but i'll think abot how to make it simple
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gac410yikes. (yeah unfortunately there is some pretty poor code in cpan in places. Like the SMTP TLS modules) [03:03]
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MichaelDaumgood point at http://foswiki.org/Support/Question1159
anybody feel marketing-ish enough to pick it up?
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CDotdefine "feature" and define why wikimatrix doesn't list them
CDot would not be confident to write a "features list", mainly due to not having a full view of all the extensions
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IvanSassiGreetings! [07:19]
CDotIvanSassi: moin [07:21]
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flexibeast1flexibeast1 is trying out the wikimatrix.org Wiki Choice Wizard. [07:37]
i wonder if the best thing to do might not be to link to WikiMatrix.org, and make sure that's kept up-to-date. [07:43]
laenSo, for a certain project, which is being replicated nightly to a remote read-only server.. we want a wiki page with something like a button to have the possibility to replicate (kick off rsync) manually.
Rsync will run under the apache user so that should be ok.. and it's just a script that needs to be run, without parameters. So that's ok, but how would i approach the button-run-something thing?
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flexibeastlaen: Possibly call the script using PerlPlugin? http://foswiki.org/Extensions/PerlPlugin
laen: Oh wait, scratch that, sorry!
"No IO operations, such as print or file manipulation are permitted, and neither is sub-process execution."
Myself, i would probably end up writing a custom plugin to do the job - would be fairly straightforward. But others here might have better suggestions.
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laenHmmm.
I've been thinking about running a cronjob every 15 minutes looking for a the appearance for some text on a page. But then i'd still prefer something like a button to have that string added.
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flexibeast"to have that string added"? [08:06]
SvenDowideitlaen, its a simplt foswiki plugin that has a resthandler
there are a number of examples, thou i'm at a loss atm which to point you to
SvenDowideit is battling CAS, SSL and other shocking messes
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gmcflexibeast: i'd go the plugin route..
just take the skeleton plugin example, and put your `..` in the right place
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SvenDowideitSvenDowideit wonders why Foswiki::cacheQuery doesn't also cache GET params
it twould be so much neater that way
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flexibeastgmc: *nod* [08:09]
IvanSassiI've a question on the SolrPlugin: I see on the demo Daum's page (http://demo.michaeldaumconsulting.com/System/SolrPlugin) that the istructions are complete and the version reached is the 14764, but on the Foswiki page (http://foswiki.org/Extensions/SolrPlugin) the istructions are kinda of trunked and the available version is the 10340... that is confusing... [08:19]
FoswikiBot[ SolrPlugin ] [08:19]
MichaelDaumIvanSassi, the one on the demo site is showcasing whats currently under development and been checked in to http://svn.foswiki.org [08:21]
IvanSassiMichaelDaum: ok, so the 10340 (without the multicore) is still the officially stable version... [08:28]
MichaelDaumwell sort of. there are lots of fixes in the version checked in to http://svn.foswiki.org/trunk/SolrPlugin/
it is more stable than the released one...so ...
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jasthmm, http://github.com/foswiki/NewUserPlugin seems out of sync (whereas .../foswiki/foswiki isn't) [08:40]
IvanSassiMichaelDaum: hmm, I've a problem in the "Filter results/Webs/Recently changed/Media/Top contributors" pane (that in my instance don't displays absolutly noting)... do you think that is better to search the problem on 10340 or to give a try on the SVN version? [08:43]
MichaelDaumdefinitely use the svn version [08:43]
IvanSassiMichaelDaum: k, svn co running... thank you! [08:47]
MichaelDaumyw [08:49]
jasthmm... I've got a wiki that displays the TopicTitle in the last component of the breadcrumb path... but all the template contains is [[%TOPIC%]]. any ideas where the TopicTitle might be coming from?
(no BreadCrumbsPlugin installed)
huh. in fact any [[%TOPIC%]] link will display the TopicTitle...
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oh, that's a DBCachePlugin feature? can it be turned off?
without turning off DBCP, that is :}
... nope.
btw this behaviour isn't really explicitly documented
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MichaelDaum: mind if we make that configurable? and perhaps touch up the docs a bit :)
I'd be happy to write the necessary ~10 lines of code :)
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MichaelDaumgo ahead [09:12]
jastright-o [09:12]
MichaelDaummind you TopicTitles is one of the coolest features on earth [09:13]
jastI agree
however, our setups always use manual link labels
hmm
actually, thinking about, I don't really need it configurable
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MichaelDaumany manual link will display as such [09:17]
jastyeah
the goal here is to have the topic *name* in the breadcrumb path
I can just change it to [[%TOPIC%][%TOPIC%]]
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MichaelDaumyea [09:18]
jasthmm, now I have the ten lines of code all finished but don't actually need them [09:19]
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CDotSvenDowideit: do you have any pre-existing scripts for benchmarking store performance? [09:35]
MichaelDaumjast, every good 10 lines of code have to be rewritten at least twice ;) [09:45]
jastyeah, I suspect you're right :) [09:46]
MichaelDaum... with sets of 10 of lines overlapping [09:47]
PeterSvendsenHi all, in a new wiki installation when I go to the server login as admin and enter the installedplugin topic and press configure I get the following error "The website declined to show this webpage HTTP 403 Most likely causes: •This website requires you to log in. ", why do I get that? [09:52]
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CDotPeterSvendsen: because you have configured the website to require authentication for the configure script.
sorry for the view script
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jastin that case it should ask for username/password, though, shouldn't it? [10:11]
CDotI would have expected it to, yes [10:11]
jastperhaps the web server config is broken [10:11]
CDot403 is a "forbidden" code, which says "it won't help to log in" [10:12]
jastyeah... [10:16]
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PeterSvendsenNo it didnt because I was logged in as admin already!
in the old server it worked but in the new installation it doesnt... I have coipied the old foswiki installation to the new server and did a upgrade of the foswiki the the newest version
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jastthe logins can be completely separate
it depends on how your main foswiki login is configured
if it's anything else than ApacheLogin/LdapApacheLogin, the configure login is completely separate
and anyway, we already established that it's most likely actually a misconfiguration of the web server
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PeterSvendsenjast: How and where can I look for this to fix it? I use apache on both servers [10:48]
CDotyou *will* get a 403 from foswiki if you are already authenticated but that identity does not have access to the topic you are trying to view
so, for example, if you were configured to use ApacheLogin and already logged in as admin, but the admin user does not have access to the viewed topic, you would get a 403
bad example. apachelogin doesn't apply here; FW would only issue a 403 for templatelogin (or similar, such as ldap) auth
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kothz'lo folks [10:52]
PeterSvendsenCDot: Where can I change the settings so admin can access the config topic? [10:53]
CDotPeterSvendsen: don't rush into that. First, let's just establish how your site is configured. You are using TemplateLogin, right?
And your Apache webserver is set up so that you do *not* have to be logged in to access pages in the wiki?
And you say you are logged in "as admin". Do you mean when you view wiki pages, it identifies you as "AdminUser"?
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PeterSvendsenCDot yes that is correct.. all can view the topics...
Yes I'm logded in as admin -->AdminUser
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CDotwell, then assuming you haven't changed the settings in any way, Foswiki should let you view the InstalledPlugins topic. The AdminUser generally has blanket permission to view any topic.
oh wait - you get the 403 when you try to visit *configure*, is that right?
If so, then check your apache configuration again. Look for the word "configure". It should be in a section of its own, probably with a line that says something like "require auth"
or maybe "require user JohnDoe"
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PeterSvendsenyes I get the 403 when I enter the config page
I just look in the apache config file
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CDot: Thanks a lot now it works, it was the IP that was set to the old server [11:38]
CDot:-) [11:38]
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kothzHrm -- is there a way to define a logo to use on the login page? (obviously, the answer is yes... I'm just looking for a point in the right direction. i've trundled my way through the templates directory)
(or to easily get the patternSkin login page to actually put my WEBHEADERART in so my white on white logo isn't so... white...)
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flexibeastkothz: You can set that in Main.SitePreferences, via the WIKILOGOIMG preference. [12:41]
kothzflexibeast: I already have it set there. I'm trying to figure out how to get the template system to include the patternTopBar as well so I get my WEBHEADERART that makes my logo visible.
flexibeast: thanks btw :)
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flexibeastkothz: Oh okay .... sorry, haven't modified WEBHEADERART in my setup! [12:45]
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gac410CDot: FormattingTests::test_mailWithoutMailto broken by Foswikirev:15063 - Item9693 Seems your restructuring of the code changed some white space wrapping handing. [13:08]
FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item9693 [ Item9693: Documentation updates for Foswiki 2.0 ] http://trac.foswiki.org/changeset/15063 [ Changeset 15063 – Foswiki ] [13:08]
gac410MichaelDaum_: There are a LOT more tests broken by the store changes, spread all over the place. I'll add them to the task. [13:10]
I've tracked them all down to a couple of commits using git bisect. [13:15]
Also Item11945 Foswikirev:14981 broke a bunch of HTMLValidationTests [13:24]
FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item11945 [ Item11945: Log when missing/invalid formfield types are used, make dataform object cache more robust ] http://trac.foswiki.org/changeset/14981 [ Changeset 14981 – Foswiki ] [13:24]
gac410CDot: It isn't whitespace, it's that a %20 in the mailto link for some reason gets changed to a %0a [13:26]
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kothz(sigh. i'm just full of them today) Does the %IF{}% allow for some sort of pattern match operator? (ie if %BASEWEB% =~ /^Archives/)? [13:49]
foswiki_irc9hi guys [13:53]
jastkothz: you can use shell-style patterns using the ~ operator [13:54]
kothzthx [13:54]
foswiki_irc9does anyone of you have the same problem with the NewUserPlugin? i am getting this error message: Can't locate Cachepath in @INC (@INC contains: path path . path path path path path path path path) [14:00]
CDotgac410: interesting; the change I did is actually more correct than the test :-( [14:00]
jastsorry... NewUserPlugin works fine here :) [14:00]
CDotthe test converts all whitespace to a single space; but since I changed it, whitespace is correctly encoded as the original chars [14:01]
gac410the test is a bit lame - using %20 within the email address itself, but the underlying issue was actually email addresses using subject= body= params. [14:01]
CDotsure. The code *used* to encode all whitespace as %20. I fixed it so it encodes the real original character. [14:02]
gac410foswiki_irc9: That is a missing dependency. [14:02]
foswiki_irc9@gac410, yes i thought so too, error.log says: Can't locate Cache/FileCache.pm, but FileCache.pm exists [14:03]
gac410FileCache.pm exists in a directory called Cache? It could be that FileCache has a dependency itself, and fails when Foswiki tries to load it. [14:04]
jastin that case shouldn't you get an error message for that, though? [14:05]
gac410jast: Sometimes it can be confusing with nested dependencies. I agree with you, but, might need to dig deeper into the stack trace.
CDot: I'll have to review the test again. But right now I've got my system all munged up trying to run the trunk unit tests on release11. Pharvey's work to get them all synced up has gradually rotted away.
Back a few months ago they were identical. Now they can't even successfully register users, which kills almost every test. :(
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CDotno need; I just need to code an exception so that older code can fail. [14:09]
gac410really? If the test is bogus, lets fix the test. And if 1.1 is corrupting the email addresses, then we have a 1.1 bug [14:10]
CDotI *have* fixed the test, and put in an exception for <1.2 to unfix it.
if you want to push the fix back to 1.1.6, then all that changes is the version number in the exception
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gac410ah .. okay. [14:13]
CDothowever I do not see it as worth the effort to push back to 1.1.6 [14:13]
gac410sounds good.
Interesting - running the trunk FormattingTests on release11 is showing that 1.1 is eating whitespace
Create A New Wiki Word is rendered as Create ANew Wiki Word on Release 1.1
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foswiki_irc9@gac410 ok i was wrong somehow. i installed the perl module Cache::FileCache and now it works [14:17]
gac410foswiki_irc9: great. Unfortunately it can be confusing. The Foswiki module FileCache.pm requires the perl cpan module FileCache.pm The difference is in the path to the module.
so Foswiki::Cache::FileCache is not the same as Cache::FileCache. one is found in lib/Foswiki/Cache/FileCache, the other, elsewhere in the system, in ..../Cache/FileCache
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FoswikiBothttp://trunk.foswiki.org/System/PerlDoc?module=Foswiki::Cache::FileCache [14:20]
foswiki_irc9thanks, great support :) [14:22]
gac410Also finding some strangeness in header rendering. 1.1.5 renders a heading as <nop><h3><a name="Test_with_link_in_header:_Underscore_topic"></a>
Trunk renders it as <nop><h3 id="Test_with_link_in_header:_Underscore_topic">Test with link in header: Underscore_topic</h3>
Without investigating, that smells like some breakage in trunk
that has a "fixed" test
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GithubBot[foswiki] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to master: http://git.io/X6MYfA
[foswiki/master] Item9693: correct link encoding tests and add exception for borked pre-1.2 encoding - CrawfordCurrie
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CDotgac410: without looking deeper, trunk looks correct [14:37]
gac410Trunk unit tests on release11 - "only" 76 failures, actually that's pretty good.
I think the change is trunk changes from using <a href= for anchors to id=
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CDotposs [14:38]
gac410The TOC tests show it a lot clearer - All of the anchors change to: <div class="foswikiToc" id="foswikiTOC"> <ul>
and <h1><a name="WikiWord"></a> to <h1 id="wikiword">....</h1>
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CDoty, makes sense [14:42]
gac410Hm. would auto-cleanup of stale pending registrations be a bug or a feature. I fixed it in trunk, should it go into 1.1.6. (noticed on f.o we had many months of pending registrations laying around) [14:46]
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CDota feature [15:10]
gac410okay - stays as is. [15:11]
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foswiki_irc5Hello
Any FosWiki knowledgable people here?
The lights are on but no one is home?
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gac410What is your question [21:10]
foswiki_irc5We are using FosWiki but the links to Network Folders and to Network Files do not work. [21:11]
gac410Which browser? [21:11]
foswiki_irc5Windows, Internet Explorer 8
But I've also tried Chrome and FireFox and the same no-working issue.
Windows 7
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gac410Do the clients have the network file system mounted?
What do the links look like?
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foswiki_irc5If I right-click and "copy shortcut" and paste into Windows Explorer the links to both Folders and Files are both okay. [21:13]
gac410They should work on ie, provided your security settings allow. I'm pretty sure firefox ignores those types of links for security reasons. [21:13]
foswiki_irc5Ok -- perhaps it's a 'security settings'... can you help me with that? [21:14]
gac410which foswiki? 1.1.5? [21:14]
foswiki_irc5How do I determine what we're running, version wise? [21:14]
gac410Unfortunately (or maybe fortunately) I'm not a windows user, so I can't help Running on linux without any local windows server available [21:14]
Babarmaybe Item5981 ? [21:15]
FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item5981 [ Item5981: Core: links to Windows shares now require three slashes ] [21:15]
gac410look at System/InstalledPlugins or System/WebHome Both should show you the version. [21:15]
foswiki_irc5This site is running Foswiki version Foswiki-1.0.9, Sun, 17 Jan 2010, build 6075, Plugin API version 2.0
^ That's the version form System/Webhome
*from
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gac410This seems to be an ongoing question not really related to Foswiki - for ex. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5317834/workaround-for-href-file-in-firefox
Foswiki 1.0.9 is pretty old. but link handling for these types of links probably has not changed.
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foswiki_irc5A colleague here at work tried the [[file:///\\network\location]] syntax and he reports it didn't work.
If links to Network Folders or Network Files cannot be made to work, how can that NOT be a FosWiki issue?
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gac410When you click the link, what happens. [21:21]
foswiki_irc5Nothing happens. It's as though you've clicked on normal text. [21:22]
gac410If you look at the html source, is it rendered as a link <a href="file:///network\location>the link</a>
Foswiki should take whatever is entered into the [[ ]] link, and present it to the browser as a html link <a href= ...>...</a>
From there it's up to the browser to handle it.
You could also try entering it directly into the topic as a link <a href=".... and see if that works. Foswiki should just pass it through.
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foswiki_irc5<p>Related project files/documents are stored at <span class="WYSIWYG_LINK">[[<a href="\\teradici\data\Teradici\Shared Docs\Software Projects" target="_self">\\teradici\data\Teradici\Shared Docs\Software Projects</a>]]</span></p>
What I just pasted is the kind of link that is generated.
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gac410yikes ... that's not right. [21:26]
foswiki_irc5How do we fix it? [21:27]
gac410the span class=WYSIWYG is some left over from the TinyMCE Editor. [21:27]
Babarbut it _should_ still work
even like that.
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foswiki_irc5I can tell you it doesn't work. [21:27]
gac410the file:\\\ is missing. [21:27]
Babaroh right
can you try to edit the page using the raw editor?
and paste us how it looks like there, and we'll tell you what to put
maybe the WYSIWYG editor gets in the way
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gac410As far as Foswiki 1.0.9 goes, it has not been maintained in 2-1/2 years. I would not try updating wysiwyg or tmce ... I'm not sure if the plugins are all still complatible with 1.0.x
It sure does look like the editor is corrupting things at least by a first impression.
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foswiki_irc5What is the procedure for updating? Is there an URL I can pass along to the Wiki Admins here at the office which will tell them what to do. This WIKI is pretty important to the company, so the updating has to be seemless and work without taking down the whole system. Any suggestions in particular? [21:31]
gac410Upgrade from 1.0.9 to 1.1.5 is definitely not trivial. For a critical wiki I'd recommend a parallel install, that you can test first, before going live.
And actually from 1.0.x to 1.1.x a reinstall is strongly recommended. Upgrades tend to have issues.
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foswiki_irc5When I say "taking down" I mean going offline for a brief time is OKAY. What's NOT okay is for the upgrade to break the system and make it totally unavailable. [21:34]
gac410Parallel install and test. A LOT has changed in 2-1/2 years. Also it depends upon how much you modified the default install, and which extensions you have installed. [21:34]
foswiki_irc5Okay. I will copy this chat to the Wiki Admins here and they can decide to either keep a broken system -- the one we have -- or to do a Parallel install and test and then go Live with that new version.
Thanks for your input.
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gac410We still have not actually solved your issue... .
Can you do what Babar suggested
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foswiki_irc5I'm assuming it cannot be solved. [21:36]
gac410Babar: can you try to edit the page using the raw editor?
We might be able to suggest what to enter into the topic to make it work.
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foswiki_irc5I am willing to try with your help, yes. I can try editting with the raw editor. What should I paste into it? [21:37]
gac410Edit with raw editor, copy a link that you want to make work and paste it here. [21:37]
foswiki_irc5Okay, lets start with a FILE first. Maybe if we get that working we can try a FOLDER
I'm trying to find a link to a file that is not in a confidential project. Please stand by.
file:///\\teradici.local\data\teradici\Shared Docs\Software Projects\Soft PCoIP\system_design\imaging\PCoIP Imaging Glossary.doc
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gac410That is what is in the raw document? [21:42]
foswiki_irc5When I paste the shortcut into Windows Explorer that link actually works.
I will paste in the RAW html
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gac410No... not html. The contents of the wikitext - from the raw editor
well ... it might be html. Whatever is in the document when edtiting WITHOUT the wysiwyg editor
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foswiki_irc5The 'Edit this topic button' ... [21:44]
gac410No. [21:44]
foswiki_irc5The 'Raw Edit' button? ... [21:45]
gac410yes [21:45]
foswiki_irc5* [[file:///\\teradici.local\data\teradici\Shared Docs\Software Projects\Soft !PCoIP\system_design\imaging\PCoIP Imaging Glossary.doc]] [21:45]
gac410okay... part of the issue is the embedded spaces. Foswiki is not handling that. Well. It's handing it as specified - There is an old deprecated link format that allowed the href and link text to be separated by a space. [21:48]
foswiki_irc5So use %20 instead of spaces? [21:49]
gac410Not sure. Try it as an explicit html link first: Again from the raw editor
<a href="file:///\\teradici.local\data\teradici\Shared Docs\Software Projects\Soft !PCoIP\system_design\imaging\PCoIP Imaging Glossary.doc"> some doc</a>
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foswiki_irc5Is the '!' mark where it thinks the href and the link text are separated? WHat's with the '!'? [21:51]
gac410I have no idea. That is what you pasted.
If that's not correct, remove it.
Looking back at your comments. Try <a href="file:///\\teradici.local\data\teradici\Shared Docs\Software Projects\Soft PCoIP\system_design\imaging\PCoIP Imaging Glossary.doc"> some doc</a> directly in the raw document.
Babar, 1.1.5 render botches up the raw html link as well :(
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foswiki_irc5Here's what i put into the RAW edit...
<a href="file:///\\teradici.local\data\teradici\Shared Docs\Software Projects\Soft PCoIP\system_design\imaging\PCoIP Imaging Glossary.doc"> PCoIP Imaging Glossary </a>
What appears on the wiki is pretty messed up ... it's this ....
PCoIP\system_design\imaging\PCoIP Imaging Glossary.doc"> PCoIP Imaging Glossary
Where the first 5 characters, the 'PCoIP is underlined
And the 'PCoIP' at the end is underlined (a link, too), but not the Imaging Glossary part.
So let me paste in what I see on the wiki, with [brackets] around what appears to the end-user as link. (it's BLUE too).
[PCoIP]\system_design\imaging\PCoIP Imaging Glossary.doc"> [PCoIP] Imaging Glossary
Now maybe WHY is because PCoIP is one of our 'Topics' in the wiki
Clicking on the LAST one, the second PCoIP moves the browser to this page: https://intranet.teradici.local/foswiki/Dev/PCoIP
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gac410oops... sorry, dinnertime, I need to step away for a bit. Food just arrived. [22:02]
foswiki_irc5Well thanks I will pass on that we should Parallel and Test to the version you specified. [22:04]
gac410It won't fix your issue though... Need to figure out how to deal with the embedded spaces. [22:05]
foswiki_irc5I replaced all the spaces with %20 and now I get this ...
[PCoIP] Imaging Glossary
Where clicking on the PCoIP takes me to the PCoIP topic in the Wiki, i.e., to https://intranet.teradici.local/foswiki/Dev/PCoIP
So now there are two issues: (1) Spaces, and (2) Text being interpreted as "Topics" in the Wiki (not sure the term 'Topic' is the correct one).
Maybe that is what the '!' mark was for, before.
.. to mean don't 'topic-ize' the following text? I'm just guessing.
[22:10]
gac410Yes. ! is an escape to prevent a wikiword from forming.
Definitely need to capture this in a Task on Foswiki:Tasks.WebHome
[22:13]
FoswikiBothttp://foswiki.org/Tasks.WebHome [ WebHome ] [22:14]
foswiki_irc5Will the issues we're experiencing 'go away' with an update to the version you suggested, which I'm assuming is the latest version? [22:15]
gac410No. I've been trying your links on 1.1.5, and it's still broken.
We need to figure out how to fix it. write some unit tests, and also test the Wysiwyg round-trip link handing.
[22:15]
foswiki_irc5I see. There links are internal to the company, the 'inTRAnet' ... you're aware of that, correct? [22:16]
gac410Yes definitely. But they should still generate valid html. [22:17]
foswiki_irc5How will we be able to know if/when this is fixed? [22:17]
gac410If you would create a task on Foswiki.org/Tasks ... they you could track it. 1.1.6 and 1.2.0 are both probably still a ways off though. [22:18]
foswiki_irc5Can you kindly make a task for this? [22:20]
GAC410 -- you still there? [22:26]
gac410foswiki_irc5 I'll try to open a task for you later tonight. I've got to head out for a few hours. [22:30]
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