2003/10/14 11:33:47 23489-30081 wikit-akg.kitFixes a bug with static page cache maintenance with referring pages.Cheers, AKG.Formatting RulesHeadingsYou can specify headings using using the format:
==<level> <Heading Text> ===e.g.
==2 Headings ===The level is a number between 1 and 6.References
- You can refer to another page by putting its name in square brackets like this: [TITLE]. To specify a label use: [TITLE | LABEL], note that the spaces before and after the vertical bar are important.
- URLs will automatically be recognized and converted into a hyperlink: http://your.site/contents.html. To specify a label use [http://your.site/contents.html | LABEL], e.g. . Notice that links to external sites are displayed in brackets.
- If you put URLs in square brackets, they'll be shown as a tiny reference  instead. In this situation, the system assumes that any url ending in .jpg, .png, or .gif is an image and displays it inline.
- URL methods recognized are:
- Surround text by pairs of single quotes to make it display in italic
- Surround text by triples of single quotes to make it display in bold
- Lines of text are separated by breaks, with empty lines used to delineate paragraphs.
- Lines starting with three spaces, a "*", and another space are shown as bulleted items.
- Lines starting with three spaces, a "1.", and another space are shown as a numbered list.
- first numbered bullet
- second numbered bullet
- Lines starting with three spaces, item tag name, ":", three spaces, and then the item tag body are shown as taggest lists.
All other lines beginning with white space are shown as is - no highlighting, reference generating, or even text wrapping occur.
- Put four or more dashes on a line to get a horizontal separator, like the "----" below:
Using brackets in your text can be done by doubling them, so [[ shows as [.
Wikit ConfigurationIn addition to the configuration described in Wikit Configuration, AKG Wikit has been extended with the following configuration environment variables:
- If this is set errors are written to the file named instead of being e-mailed.
- The directory used to check items into CVS.
- The directory used to store temporary files when creating diff pages on Windows. Unix uses "/tmp".
- Any directories to be added to the path. Apache seems to create its own path variable and doesn't allow modification, this is a way to extend it.
- Display page number <num>
- Display a version summary of page number <num>
- Display a version annotation of page number <num>
- Display version <ver> of page number <num>
- Display differences between the latest version and version <ver> of page number <num>
- Search for <text> in the titles.
- Search for <text> in titles and page content.
- Display an index of all entries in CVS.
- Display debug and error information in the page, set _cgi(debug) 1. Can't be used when searching.
- Don't format the page. See above for where this applies.
wikit.kit -archiveHistoryperiodically, e.g. from a cron job. A delay of 1 second is included between each update to prevent the cvs server from being flooded.Miscellaneous Enhancements
- A "Cancel" button has been added to the Edit page.
- A more descriptive prompt has been added to the Search page.
CvK: <wikit-akg.kit> - The page Edit function link seems unavailable on all pages when running under WindowsXP as a HTTPD service. (ie, tclkit wikit-akg.kit -httpd <port#> ), but all seems to work when run as CGI under Apache. Unsure why this is?
- -HTTPD mode is read only!
MHo: One thing preventing me from using this derivate of wikit is, that actual changes in wikit are not reflected. It would be nice if the modifications in AKG Wikit were isolated in the code, so that one could apply it to the 'normal' wikit after a new version of that became available...