All right, I now have a clue. I got it by mocking up my site on my own
machine and then installing only the version of SMW 1.3 that you
released. That loaded without a problem.
Now as most of you remember, I have a special data type, called
Historical Date (SMW_DV_HxDate.php). I have in the past used it by
modifying the following files to make sure to call it:
includes/SMW_LanguageXx.php, where Xx is either De, En, Es, Fr, He, It,
Nl, Pl, Ru, Sk, or Zh. (SMW_LanguageZh.php is a file I made up by
copying SMW_LanguageZh_tw.php to that title.)
Now one of two things is happening:
1. The file SMW_DV_HxDate.php is too large, or else
2. Somehow I missed a parenthesis or a semicolon in my "splices."
The file SMW_DV_HxDate.php has not changed from SMW_1.2.1 to SMW_1.3.
Either way, I have always managed to splice that datatype into previous
versions of SMW. Why I cannot do that with SMW 1.3, I'm now trying to
I would very much like to use SMW_1.3, if for no other reason than that
the Browse page is much easier to read, and if the toolbox can carry a
link to the Browse page, that saves me displaying a Factbox.
Does any custom data type have a file-size limit? I don't mind telling
you, SMW_Dx_HxDate.php is very large--41,650 bytes to be exact.
Yaron Koren wrote:
> My guess is that the blank pages are caused by a PHP setting that
> causes a blank page to be shown if any error is encountered, instead
> of the error message itself. This is the "error_reporting" setting,
> which is described here:
> If you have permission, you should change the value of it, at least
> temporarily, to "E_ALL" in your php.ini file. Otherwise, I believe you
> can change it within PHP code itself (maybe in your LocalSettings.php
> file), as described in that help page.
> On Mon, Sep 8, 2008 at 12:12 PM, Markus Krötzsch
> <markus@...> wrote:
>> On Montag, 8. September 2008, CNIT wrote:
>>>> we are happy to announce the release of the new Semantic MediaWiki 1.3.
>>>> The new version introduces a number of new features and general
>>>> improvements. Upgrading from SMW 1.2 requires only little effort, but it
>>>> is still recommended to read the installation and upgrade instructions
>>>> As detailed online , SMW 1.3 brings three different improvements for
>>>> browsing semantic data:
>>>> * Special:Browse is more usable and more concise.
>>>> * Searching for property values now offers a "fuzzy" search that allows
>>>> you to jump to pages with "nearby" values when a search has only few
>>>> results. * Concept pages now offer a browsing mechanism similar to
>>>> categories. Result paging allows to show even large numbers of results on
>>>> the wiki page.
>>>> With the improvement of Special:Browse, SMW no longer will display a
>>>> Factbox by default but instead shows a toolbox link for displaying all
>>>> property data. Both functions can be configured to achieve the old
>>>> behaviour if desired.
>>>> Moreover, a new mechanism for pre-computing concepts has been introduced
>>>> to speed up this form of semantic queries even on very large wikis .
>>>> As usual, SMW 1.3 also closes a number of bugs with earlier versions, and
>>>> further extends the language support of SMW (thanks to the BetaWiki
>>>> project!). The online documentation on this site has already largely been
>>>> updated to the new version.
>>>> Thanks to all users and contributors for supporting the project!
>>> Hi Markus,
>>> Is there any timeline shedule to implement built-in properties for "page
>>> creation time" and "page modification time"
>>> in SMW? I remember you was saying it's not so easy because requires
>>> reworking of class model of properties.
>> Yes, I hope we can accomplish this change until 1.4. I will send another list
>> of topics we will address for SMW 1.4, and on the expected release schedule.
>>> Thank you for a great efforts!
>> Can I take from this that you do not have the problems Temlakos described for
>> SMW 1.3? I wonder what affects his site ...
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