Add new WikiWord page to the Wikilinks file

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Add new WikiWord page to the Wikilinks file

Post by randybrown » Wed Oct 13, 2004 3:12 pm

Another piece to fully integrate the WikiText plugin would be to have the Edit Page know that this new entry is being created after clicking on a WikiWord. During saving the new entry, the new WikiWord could be added to the Wikilines file - or perhaps better to a table in the db.

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Re: Add new WikiWord page to the Wikilinks file

Post by garvinhicking » Wed Oct 13, 2004 3:28 pm

That is possible with our 0.8 feature, where you can assign "entry properties".

The Wiki plugin could then register a property, hook on it, and also make checks for the 'backend_publish' hook.

However, I'm not into that Wiki-Stuff, so I'm not the one going to implement it, I'm sorry. :)

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Post by randybrown » Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:01 pm

Ok Garvin. Maybe I'll work on the implementation. I am new to looking into s9y - but as I grok the code better, maybe I can contribute.

Is there a document or form entry which describes the architecture of s9y?

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Post by garvinhicking » Wed Oct 13, 2004 5:16 pm

We have some documentation online at our Wiki (s9y.org) in the documentation section; it also describes some structural things about our architecture.

But then again, learning by doing is probably the easiest way. Take a look at other plugins, see what they do, and then try to imitate behavior until you can tweak it to your needs.

The mentioned 'article properties' are only in our 'branch-smarty' CVS-branch. We're still working on the smarty rewrite, so things may get a bit unstable there at times. :)

I hope you'll find some time and motivation to contribute :)

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