2009/10/27 Yaron Koren <yaron57@...>:
> Yes, Semantic Drilldown now requires version 1.4.3 of SMW - that's probably
> what's breaking it, since you have 1.4.2 installed. This was in the
> documentation, although it's admittedly easy to miss - I just bolded it,
> which may help. Sorry about the confusion.
No problem Yaron, the manual can never be clear enough for people who
neglect to read it! Sorry about that...
However, we have now installed version 1.4.3 of SMW and version 0.6.1
of SD and unfortunately I'm still seeing a problem with the results.
For example, see here:
There are no pages listed in the results, only the visible "</ul>
</div>", indicating a problem with the HTML somewhere. Also (perhaps
unrelated), the year values appear as "2009//T", when the real value
is just "2009".
Should we now upgrade SD again? I read in the manual ;-) that the
latest version is still 1.6.1, but perhaps we need the SVN head? Note,
the above problems occur before I start playing with the new "Has
display parameters" property.
As a side issue, what is the best solution for keeping several
Semantic extensions in sync? Can you make an SVN server somewhere that
mirrors the MW SVN server, but has a 'branch' for a consistent set of
> On Tue, Oct 27, 2009 at 6:28 AM, Dan Bolser <dan.bolser@...> wrote:
>> 2009/10/27 Dan Bolser <dan.bolser@...>:
>> > We just updated to the latest version of SD, and unfortunately it
>> > seems to break our 'Browse Data' page (sorry Eric!).
>> > There are no pages listed in the results section of the page, although
>> > the filters themselves seem to be working fine...
>> > Is there a dependency for the latest SD that we need to grab?
>> > Is there a simple / stable way to keep on top of the growing list of
>> > semantic extensions?
>> Sorry, I forgot to include the relevant links:
>> Problem page:
>> Version info:
>> > Cheers,
>> > Dan.
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