OK, yes, I had seen this problem before. Sorry for the rehash. Hopefully
someone else will benefit from this thread.
The problem is that $highlighter is set in my codestriker.conf file, but I
had forgotten to install it on the new machine. Once I installed my
highlighter, the 'highlight' package, everything is being displayed
On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 9:16 AM, David Carson <dccarson@...> wrote:
> Let me explain this a little better.
> The body of the topic, where I normally see snippets of code with diffs, is
> where I am seeing "Codestriker 1.9.10 - Topic Details". In fact, looking at
> a longer topic (larger diff), I now realize that what I am seeing in the
> body (diff section) is the viewtopicheader template. In the longer body, I
> also see other links that are part of the topic header template, like
> - List all open topics
> - List open topics in project
> - etc.
> So, for some reason, CS is using the wrong template when it tries to
> display the diff (I think).
> Any ideas why?
> On Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 6:54 AM, David Carson <dccarson@...> wrote:
>> I think I've seen this problem before, but cannot remember what is going
>> I had to move Codestriker to new hardware last night. I used mysqldump to
>> back up the DB and then restored it on the new machine. (DB and codestriker
>> app are running on the SAME machine as each other, as before, just a
>> different machine than they used to be on.)
>> Now, when I search for topics, I get a nice list of topics as expected.
>> However, whenever I enter a topic, all I see is a link:
>> Codestriker 1.9.10 - Topic Details
>> It seems that CS knows about the real diff, because I can see coloration
>> for removed lines and added lines, but no code. Everything has been moved
>> from old machine to new:
>> - viewvc
>> - svn repository
>> - codestriker
>> - etc.
>> Apparently, there is something CS does not like about the change, but I
>> don't know what.