Sorry Takeo if you deliberately meant to take this off list! 
 
Could it be possible to
implement it on both?

I haven't seen the attachment functionality in MoinMoin 2.X, but if it is anything like a 'normal' form file upload it should actually be *relatively* trivial to shoehorn this functionality in; the plugin can handle uploading to any normal upload handler. 

If multiple file upload becomes easy, it might also be useful if
attachments can be sorted in various ways (e.g. uploaded date, name,
size). 
 
This isn't something that the linked jQuery plugin could sanely address, but I would be quite keen to look into that if the MoinMoin maintainers directed that they were interested in this functionality. Sounds quite useful, actually!


On Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 10:18 PM, Takeo Katsuki <takeo.katsuki@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi James,

Multiple file upload sounds great! Personally I would love to see this
functionality in 1.9.X as it would benefit more people now. But
MoinMoin people would probably want it on 2.X. Could it be possible to
implement it on both?

If multiple file upload becomes easy, it might also be useful if
attachments can be sorted in various ways (e.g. uploaded date, name,
size). Currently, it is pain to look for a file in a page that has a
lot of attachments.

Best,

Takeo

On Sun, Aug 10, 2014 at 3:05 AM, James Wilmot <jameswilmot2000@gmail.com> wrote:
> Moin Moin!
>
> I have hacked together a multiple file upload implementation (using
> https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload) for my local usage on
> MoinMoin 1.9.X, but I would be interested in polishing it and pushing it
> upstream.
>
> Questions:
>
>  1.9.X seems to be feature stable at the moment, so would it be best just to
> develop on top of MoinMoin 2.X? I would imagine that 1.9.X would be out in
> the wild for quite some time even after the new release
> the implementation I have is basically hacked into the action/AttachFile.py
> but doesn't change any of the backend functionality: it is all front end
> changes. Would it be best to put the feature into an applet like the editor?
>
> Thanks for the excellent wiki and I hope to contribute back in other ways in
> the future! (like the LDAP integration)
>
> James
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