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I haven't had time to play much with this hack that Olle (oej@...)
but when I did, it worked well. I haven't heard back from him recently, but
he said he was going to try and merge it into 1.3
The patch itself is only about 14K, and most of it is either putting in
$basedir in front of locations, or template changes to allow PHPNuke theme
I've tried to apply the patch I created from the changes (1.1.8 and his
hacked version) but of course, the changes between 1.3cvs and 1.18 are very
large. I suspect someone more familar with the codebase would have an easy
time, and I'm even sure I could eventually get it done by hand, but I don't
have the time to mess with it right now.
I would however love to use a 1.3snapshot with this patched into it, so if
someone else is interested in doing the patch work, please let me know or
Olle know. It really does look like most of the changes will be creating a
set of modified templates, adding a $basedir prefix to all of the various
directory references, and finally the small set of changes to truly let
PHP/PostNuke drive the wiki with username etc...
From: Andy Burnham - Sun Uk - VSP - Systems Engineer <Andrew.Burnham@Sun.COM> - 2001-10-11 08:57:46
> I would however love to use a 1.3snapshot with this patched into it, so if
> someone else is interested in doing the patch work, please let me know or
> Olle know. It really does look like most of the changes will be creating a
> set of modified templates, adding a $basedir prefix to all of the various
> directory references, and finally the small set of changes to truly let
> PHP/PostNuke drive the wiki with username etc...
Can I second that. This would be a very good thing to do IMHO. I don't feel
confident to hack into Wiki so will leave that to the experts :-) but I know PHP
Nuke 5.0/5.2 pretty well so can help with the Nuke end/testing/integration.
It's not the cleanest portal system in the world but its easy to set up and most
importantly has a huge following so would be a very good way to give visibility
and promote the wiki concept to a wider audience if you get my drift.