Reini and Martin are right - the UnfoldSubpages works great for pages
you intentionally create as subpages. The IncludePage allows you to
decide which pages you want, and have them all included in the 'main'
wiki page, one plugin declaration per wiki page you include.
Reini also mentioned 'IncludeSiteMap'.
The IncludeSiteMap plugin (which was a homegrown plugin for 1.3.4
that Cuthbert/DevNull Cat and I whipped up) allows you to use the
same functionality as the 'SiteMap' plugin (a recursive,
fwd/backward, indented 'BackLinks'), but to return each page's
contents instead of the list of page names. Works great for my users,
being able to generate 'Books' of pages for various
CategoryWikiBadges, etc. Best of all, the 'transclusion-title' can be
set to trigger a 'chapter' in a printed .pdf file, allowing you to
have full joy between wiki and printable pdf structures like
bookmarks and tables of contents.
The plugin was crafted by Cuthbert Cat about a year ago, and I've
sent Reini a copy for his analysis. To be honest, I've kept our
install at 1.3.4 awaiting this plugin's consideration and would love
to see this functionality added to the phpwiki code base.
Also, Cuthbert - if you read the lists, can you give your 4 cents
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> 1. Re: Q: Can you condense multiple wiki pages into one long nested
> page? (Martin Geisler)
> 2. mysql 4.1.0 bug alert (Reini Urban)
>From: Martin Geisler <gimpster@...>
>Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 12:13:09 +0100
>Subject: [Phpwiki-talk] Re: Q: Can you condense multiple wiki pages
>into one long nested
>Bob Apthorpe <apthorpe+phpwiki@...> writes:
>> Forwarded from one of my users; is there an easy way to coallesce
>> multiple pages into a single page for easy viewing? I vaguely recall
>> a plugin that might do this but I don't recall it off the top of my
>Yes, the IncludePage plugin does this for a single page, the
>UnfoldSubpages plugin can do it for all subpages for a particular
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>Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2004 13:56:23 +0100
>From: Reini Urban <rurban@...>
>Subject: [Phpwiki-talk] mysql 4.1.0 bug alert
>Mysql 4.1.0-alpha has a problem with binary textfields.
>Confirmed at http://bugs.mysql.com/bug.php?id=1491
>Symptom & Reproduce:
>Every search will fail if the searchstring is not case-exact.
>e.g. Search for "find": "FindPage" will not be found.
>1.) Change the field attribute for pagename in table page
> not to be "binary"
> ALTER TABLE `page` CHANGE `pagename` `pagename` VARCHAR( 100 ) NOT NULL;
>2.) or install 4.1.1 (currently only from source), 5.x
> or downgrade to 3.23.x or 4.0.
> I downgraded to 4.0.18 and this worked ok.
>Besides one PhpWiki flaw which prevents the navbar FindPage to find the
>page "FindPage" with the string "find". Well, it finds it but after the
>redirect to FindPage it doesn't fill the searchstring into the plugin
>forms. Looks correct, but looks bad.
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