Someone else was kind enough to do some! (Oleg?)
And I just did some more.
I've never heard of gazpacho. The homepage seems down. Is this project dead? If so, we probably should not copy over the gazpacho examples. Anyone know?
Someone should go through these one by one as soon as they are all up on the new site, and make sure they are still correct. I'm pretty sure for example that sqlobject by default makes myisam tables, not as the wiki says innodb tables, for example.
But I'm too much of a newbie to be sure of anything.
Boy does trac have some user interface problems, including a new one I just discovered!
Anyway, I've done as much as I can, and have now done about a third of the conversion.
It turns out that if you do too much at a time trac gives you this message:
"Submission rejected as potential spam (Maximum number of posts per hour for this IP exceeded)"
..which is probably a good idea, except they need to tell you this when you hit the edit button, not when you hit the submit button, after you have edited!
Trac also lacks locks! :(
Still, these are minor annoyances compared to having a useful up to date wiki.
Anyone else want to put in an hour of work? If not I'll pick it up again in a day or two.On 4/28/07, Oleg Broytmann < email@example.com> wrote:On Sat, Apr 28, 2007 at 12:09:19AM -0700, Sam's Lists wrote:
> I know from time to time someone (myself included once) points out that a
> wiki would be useful. And then someone from the list says it already
> exists at: wiki.sqlobject.org
Unfortunately the wiki is unmaintained. We also have Trac installed for
us at http://sqlobject.gcu.info/trac . There is a wiki, too, but nobody has
volunteered to move docs from wiki.s.o to Trac. Do you want to be the one?
Oleg Broytmann http://phd.pp.ru/ firstname.lastname@example.org
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