From: Schwols, Keith C <keith.schwols@in...> - 2006-02-27 12:50:53
I had the same defect/problem when I tried using additional parameters
in the Include macro. I fixed the problem and later found this page
already on the MoinMoin wiki
already had the patch listed. I think this has been fixed in the
MoinMoin main wiki.=20
The problem is a slight change in the interface to the heading macro.
If a cute saying or a pretty poster is all it takes to motivate you, you
probably have a very easy job. The kind that robots will be doing soon.
>From: moin-user-admin@... [mailto:moin-user-
>admin@...] On Behalf Of Ralf Gross
>Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 3:35 AM
>Subject: Re: [Moin-user] Re: comments/discussion subpage
>Alexander Schremmer said:
>> On Mon, 27 Feb 2006 09:40:07 +0100 (CET), Ralf Gross wrote:
>>> [[Include(/Diskussion, 'Diskussion', 2)]]
>>>|heading() takes exactly 3 arguments (4 given)
>> I cannot reproduce this bug. Please try to reproduce it in the main
>> and file a bug.
>I opened a bug, but can not reproduce it in the main wiki.
>I noticed in the traceback that moin uses python 2.3, but I installed
>in /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages. At least I tried to. I had some
>problems with doing that on my debian sarge server. I installed
>in addition to the default python2.3.
>/usr/bin/python2.4 setup.py --quiet install --record=3Dinstall.log
>This installed moinmoin always to
>In the end, I just moved the package to
>/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin. Everything seemed to be ok,
>this might have been not the very best idea.
>Any ideas why the install didn't put moinmoin in the right python
>directory, even when I started setup.py with the python2.4 binary?
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Schwols, Keith C schrieb:
> I had the same defect/problem when I tried using additional parameters
> in the Include macro. I fixed the problem and later found this page
> already on the MoinMoin wiki
> http://moinmoin.wikiwikiweb.de/MoinMoinBugs/IncludeMacroBroken which
> already had the patch listed. I think this has been fixed in the
> MoinMoin main wiki.
> The problem is a slight change in the interface to the heading macro.
You are right. The patch fixed the problem, thanks! BTW: I also had a
problem with python2.4, but this was not related to this problem.