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foswiki_irc3Hi! What happens with fosiki.com? Failed to fetch http://fosiki.com/Foswiki_debian/dists/stable/main/source/Sources 404 Not Found [04:28]
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GithubBot[DBIStoreContrib] cdot pushed 1 new commit to master: https://git.io/vQ7Bi
DBIStoreContrib/master a00d9a4 cdot: Item14435: ensure DB is properly rolled back if an insert fails for any reason
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FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item14435 [ Item14435: Failed topic insertion can kill the DB ] [11:57]
GithubBot[AttachmentListPlugin] cdot pushed 1 new commit to master: https://git.io/vQ7Rh
AttachmentListPlugin/master 5967720 cdot: Item14436: support unicode filenames
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FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/Tasks/Item14436 [ Item14436: Doesn't work with Foswiki 2 ] [12:08]
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zak256Hi. Is it possible, that in a query-SEARCH casesensitive="off" does not have any effect?
meaning a SEARCH like "Name~'*test*'" will only find anything with 'test' but not 'TEST' for example
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Ah, in the latest doc it says "For type=query searches, casesensitive is always on." [14:44]
And in case anybody is interested, the solution is: "lc(Name)~'*test*'" or in my case "lc(Name)~lc('*%URLPARAM{search}%*')". [14:52]
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uebera||zak256: Thanks! [15:09]
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Lynnwoodany math wizes around? How would one raise a number to a certain power in SpreadSheetPlugin. I thought it would be easy but it's not... [21:33]
gac410looking... [21:33]
LynnwoodThere's $EXP( num )... but i don't really understand how to work with "e"... [21:35]
gac410There's EVAL which does simple calculations, does it support ** vs *
Y, EVAL does it. https://foswiki.org/System/SpreadSheetPlugin?formula=%24EVAL%284+**+4%29
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Lynnwoodoooh. let me ehck that. [21:38]
gac410returns 256 [21:38]
Lynnwoodwow... i've NEVER seen "**" as operation before...
but works for me...
Thanks so much!
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