#foswiki 2016-12-15,Thu

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gac410foswiki_irc8: I've gotten a proxy server running, and don't see any sign of incorrect redirecting So you'll need to get us some more information on this. [00:59]
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gac410Howdy cdot, MichaelDaum, Item14255 is a proposed fix for a js issue in tinymce ... Need someone with more js / DOM smarts to review it thanks :D [13:49]
FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item14255 [ Item14255: Bug when uploading files in TinyMCEPlugin ] [13:50]
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foswiki_irc1In my Foswiki topics I would like to have links to a local file System directory (NFS Directory). If I use a HTML file stored in my file system containing such a link (example link: "file:///home/user/Documents/") and open it in Firefox, then the content of that directory is displayed in Firefox and I can open a file with the appropriate software application (eg LibreOffice). Can I somehow have this kind of links in a Foswiki top [14:45]
gac410See https://foswiki.org/Support/Faq72
Note that a link from an external site to a local file is considered a security risk, and browsers block it by default. The FAQ points to an article on how to disable the protection in Firefox.
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jastthe protection can be disabled in IE, too, but only globally (e.g. local links are allowed from all internet sites or all intranet sites) [14:52]
foswiki_irc1Thank you very much. I enabled local linking in NoScript and it works. [14:56]
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zak256When comparing strings in a %SEARCH{}%, how do I handle for example slashes? If I write them as they are, it doesn't match.
Example: %SEARCH{"Name='foo/bar'" ...}%
Currently I use "Name~'foo*bar'", but I suppose there is a better way?
(type=query)
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gac410Have you tried escaping them? Name='foo\/bar' ... just guessing though [16:04]
zak256yes, didn't work either [16:04]
gac410well the documentation is not particularly helpful, so I have no idea. Anybody else???
For wildcard though you probably want foo?bar not foo*bar - * is any number of characters foosomethingbar would match too.
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zak256ah, yes, at least an optimization... [16:07]
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gac410Is Name a formfield or is it a Web/Topic [16:08]
zak256Formfield [16:08]
gac410Take a look at the raw meta of a topic. Is the formfield literally Foo/Bar or is the / encoded somehow [16:09]
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zak256Its written as plain /
I even tried an HTML entity, but no luck.
But as I said, I have a workaround and it is fine for now, so not so important.
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gac410gac410 trying to figure out the query operator code, but quickly goes over his head. ;) [16:13]
zak256Maybe it is even a bug in our old Foswiki version. Some quotings missing around the variable in the perl code or something like that. [16:14]
gac410What version of foswiki? Query parser got a lot of rewriting in 2.x [16:18]
zak2561.1.2 [16:19]
FoswikiBot1.1.2 is the productive version [16:19]
gac410New code should compile down to leftside cmp rightside and in a quick test 'a/b' cmp 'a/b' evaluates to 0, or equal.
FoswikiBot: forget 1.1.2
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FoswikiBotgac410: I forgot about 1.1.2. [16:20]
zak256I will try that later, when the upgrade to the latest version is completed... (someday in the far future probably... :-/ )
maybe an upgrade already solves the problem
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gac4101Good luck [16:28]
zak256Thanks [16:29]
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GithubBot[distro] gac410 pushed 1 new commit to Release02x01: https://git.io/v1SpU
distro/Release02x01 f029cce George Clark: Item14181: Improve bootstrap operation behind proxy servers...
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FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item14181 [ Item14181: Bootstrap detects incorrect hostname, and may mis-detect https when behind a proxy. ] [17:56]
gac410Any developers out there running https behind a proxy server? This latest fix needs testing. [17:56]
Never mind. HTTPS detection is not working, and I'm thinking might not even be possible. :( [18:02]
gac410 has an ugly solution. Add ?SSL=1 as a hint to the URL. Just needed on the initial view. [18:09]
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GithubBot[distro] gac410 pushed 1 new commit to Release02x01: https://git.io/v19UG
distro/Release02x01 be6f04c George Clark: Item14181: Another try at SSL behind a proxy...
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FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item14181 [ Item14181: Bootstrap detects incorrect hostname, and may mis-detect https when behind a proxy. ] [18:37]
gac410Anyone who can help test ... please do. I've tested http: <= http:8080 and http: <= https: using an apache proxy. [18:39]
FoswikiOnSlack<mikeofmany> dang, I don’t have a foswiki installed that I can test this with. [18:42]
gac410Well for now it needs to be devs who can check out from git. But I'm planning on building 2.1.3 Beta 1 on Dec. 20th, where we can start some more formal testing.
Thanks though!
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GithubBot[distro] FoswikiBot pushed 2 new commits to master: https://git.io/v19cR
distro/master d7dafbb Guido Brugnara: Item13884: Translations updated using Weblate (Italian)...
distro/master f7f1fdf Guido Brugnara: Item13884: Translations updated using Weblate (Italian)...
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FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item13884 [ Item13884: Translation changes for master and Foswiki 2.1 ] [19:58]
GithubBot[distro] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to Release02x00: https://git.io/v19cE
distro/Release02x00 922a92a Guido Brugnara: Item13505: Translated using Weblate (Italian)...
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FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item13505 [ Item13505: Translations for Foswiki 2.0.x ] [19:58]
GithubBot[NatSkin] FoswikiBot pushed 1 new commit to master: https://git.io/v19cg
NatSkin/master 1c3c490 Guido Brugnara: Item13856: Translated using Weblate (Italian)...
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RiskRewardHi, can anyone please tell me where login usernames are mapped to WikiNames? I changed a login name in the htpasswd file and now the user has no homepage. [23:29]
gac410TopicUserMapping? It's in the Main.WikiUsers topic [23:29]
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RiskRewardThanks. I can open the WikiUsers page for the user, but there is nothing on that page that shows their login name. [23:36]
gac410What mapper are you using. Main.WikiUsers should have a list of WikiName - LoginName - date
If you are doing LDAP then it's handled somewhere else ... not sure where.
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RiskRewardOh, you're right. The problem is the login name is shown as Joe.Bloggs, and I want to change it to all lowercase (joe.bloggs). How do I do that? [23:38]
gac410See Foswiki:Main.WikiUsers .... That's what a mapper looks like when NOT using login names ... otherwise the 2nd column would be the login name. [23:38]
FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Main.WikiUsers [ WikiUsers ] [23:38]
gac410Well you can **carefully** edit the WikiUsers topic. ... and with that I've got to run ... back later.
cu later
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RiskRewardThanks, I'll tread carefully. [23:39]

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