#foswiki 2016-08-02,Tue

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tsnfooDoes anybody know a way to get the exact modified date of a topic in a formatted search? I want the actual epoch from the topic metadata, not the formatted string you get with $date
And %CALC{“$TIME($date)”}% can be off because it truncates seconds
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Lynnwoodtsnfoo - here you go: %QUERY{"'%WEB%.%TOPIC%'/info.date"}%
or in a search it would be $percntQUERY{\"'$web.$topic'/info.date\"}$percnt
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tsnfooPerfect! [18:52]
LynnwoodThis give's me an idea that we should have a formatted search formatting syntax for directly accessing query-type data.
kind of like DBQUERY's $expand
(or exactly like)...
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tsnfooYeah [18:52]
Lynnwoodperhaps something real short like $q(info.date) [18:53]
tsnfooWould be nice to have standard accessor syntax for that [18:53]
Lynnwood... or not... I'm looking at a dump of all the topic data and pretty much all of it is already accessible by other formatted search syntax.
well... not completely... You can't directly get preference settings in search results
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tsnfooAh. I should re-read the docs on that. [19:17]
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foswiki_irc4Hello, is anyone able to assist with topic listing? [21:50]
FoswikiOnSlack1<dunners> I also would like to find about topic listing. Currently trying to figure out how to display all topics in a web without displaying the default topics such as WebAtom and WebNotify.
<dunners> Currently using this to list all topics in a web. %INCLUDE{"WebTopicList"}%
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