From: Reini Urban <rurban@x-...> - 2004-11-27 14:56:31
Pascal Giard (QC/EMC) schrieb:
> > That's probably too expensive. I think of something simplier, just
> > passing $errmsg to the page, and redirecting. See the bottom.
> i don't understand the purpose of $errmsg...
> is that in order to display that the page has been updated, once we're
> redirected ?
Yes. And it is currently called $redirected, not $errmsg. Sorry.
> > > btw, i don't understand why the php parser doesn't like:
> > > $page->getCurrentRevision()->getTransformedContent()
> > php4 is not really a truly parsed language yet, just a simple but
> > efficient hack. you need php5 or perl or java for such
> > advanced syntax features :)
> oh! i dumbly assumed i could use my perlish reflexes.
> > It should, but I have no time to write yet another basic
> > msg-formatter.
> > After the pending 1.3.11 release.
Sorry, it is already there: fmt() does the magic with sprintf-like
> PS: is your experimental phpwiki installation publicly accessible ? i'm
> just curious to see what you've been working on.
phpwiki.sf.net/demo/ is updated occasionally. my own machines are behind
sf.net stopped cron, and I haven't yet setup up my remote cron update
for the demo site. Before july it got updated daily from CVS.
I waited for the new machines which they announced last month, but you
shouldn't trust announced dates. This is IT business. Oh my.
> PS²: isn't doc/CREDITS out of date, you're not even there!!
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