The login feature works well--even when using zopedit. Does the history log
usernames? I noticed that the history doesn't indicate who made the change.
I tried setting up a context on my own server in order to play with this Wiki,
but had a lot of trouble with importing modules. Is there a trick to setting up
the Wiki in a context? My impression is that I need to add a number of
directories to PYTHONPATH or make a lot of sym links.
On 23:19 Sat 17 Apr , Ian Bicking wrote:
> I'd added real user logins to the wiki now, using the component stuff
> I'd worked on before. There was a bit of tweaking required, but I
> think the user support was quite easy to add from the application side
> -- a couple methods in SitePage, some added restrictions (mostly
> raising HTTPAuthorizationRequired in Main.py), and a servlet to present
> the login and user account creation form.
> Anyway, it's checked into the Subversion repository, so if you're
> interested you might want to give it a look. I think the system should
> be backward compatible with many ad hoc systems as well -- it doesn't
> impose many requirements on your objects, it just handles some of the
> control aspects and details of logging in. You'd mostly have to write
> a UserManager-like wrapper around whatever API you have now.
> As far as API stability, I think some of the imports are going to have
> to change -- they are all bad right now. I think it will go to lower
> case module names, because classes and modules are particularly
> confusing with the way it's laid out at the moment. But I feel
> reasonably comfortable with the stability of the rest of it, since it's
> very minimal.
> And feedback's always helpful...
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