Florian Knorn | 1 Jan 01:44 2007

HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE

At least, being from Germany, it's time for me to say

                HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS and GALS!

Have a good one, keep up the great work and don't forget to smile every
now and then,

Florian :-)
Rob Church | 1 Jan 01:47 2007
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Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE

On 01/01/07, Florian Knorn <florian@...> wrote:
> At least, being from Germany, it's time for me to say
>
>                 HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS and GALS!
>
> Have a good one, keep up the great work and don't forget to smile every
> now and then,

He spreads goodwill and happiness. Execute him now.

Rob Church
Florian Knorn | 1 Jan 02:00 2007

Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE

'hope you're talking about execution in the Python/PHP/Run-script - kind
of way... :-)

Happy New Year to you too, Rob :-)

Rob Church wrote:
> On 01/01/07, Florian Knorn <florian@...> wrote:
>> At least, being from Germany, it's time for me to say
>>
>>                 HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS and GALS!
>>
>> Have a good one, keep up the great work and don't forget to smile every
>> now and then,
> 
> He spreads goodwill and happiness. Execute him now.
> 
> 
> Rob Church
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Ittay Dror | 1 Jan 02:19 2007

help writing a parser function

I'm trying to write a 'foreach' parser function. here is the code:
public function foreach2Hook(&$parser, $text = '', $pattern = '', $replacement = '', $insep = ',',
$outsep = ',' ) {
                $text= trim( $text );
                $variables = explode(trim($insep), $text);
                $return = preg_replace(trim($pattern), trim($replacement), $variables);
                return implode(trim($outsep), $return);
        }   

my problem is that (i think) $text contains unprocessed text. i want the text after the wiki engine has gone
over it, or, make it go over it (giving me the resulting html)

thanks,
ittay

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Eric K | 1 Jan 03:37 2007
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Re: E-mailing functionality

Hi Rob, thanks for that. 
  I'm trying to use the default mailing function now. It gets there, but the email still isnt being sent. My
admin then told me the headers werent being set correctly and then I checked the MW files and found that in
userMailer.php, the following line sends the email:
    mail( $dest, wfQuotedPrintable( $subject ), $body, $headers );

  I debugged the values of these data and they were all fine, except "$dest" (the 'To' field), which was just my
username e.g. "Erik", instead of what it should be, my email address "Erik79501@..."

  Thats very strange. My email is there in the DB. It pulls it up correctly as well on my 'preferences' page. Any
idea why this is happening? I have no idea on how else to debug this.

  I'm using 1.6.8, and I disabled all my extensions as well just to check if that did anything.

  Erik

 

Rob Church <robchur@...> wrote:
  On 31/12/06, Eric K wrote:
> Does Mediawiki HAVE to use the Pear:Mail functions? The forum software on the server doesn't require the
PEAR:Mail functions. It uses simple SMTP stuff.

No, MediaWiki can use PHP's built-in mail() function, and will in fact
attempt to do so as a default - use of the PEAR::Mail functions is
optional and must be enabled in the site configuration.

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Sy Ali | 1 Jan 04:00 2007
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Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE

On 12/31/06, Rob Church <robchur@...> wrote:
> On 01/01/07, Florian Knorn <florian@...> wrote:
> > At least, being from Germany, it's time for me to say
> >
> >                 HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS and GALS!
> >
> > Have a good one, keep up the great work and don't forget to smile every
> > now and then,
>
> He spreads goodwill and happiness. Execute him now.

Ok, I'll spread good will OR happiness.  Pick one.
Mauro do Carmo | 1 Jan 04:12 2007

Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE

:) Happy Newiki's Year!!!

mauro.

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|At least, being from Germany, it's time for me to say
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|                HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS and GALS!
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George Herbert | 1 Jan 04:59 2007
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Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE

On 12/31/06, Rob Church <robchur@...> wrote:
> On 01/01/07, Florian Knorn <florian@...> wrote:
> > At least, being from Germany, it's time for me to say
> >
> >                 HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS and GALS!
> >
> > Have a good one, keep up the great work and don't forget to smile every
> > now and then,
>
> He spreads goodwill and happiness. Execute him now.

Yay!  Humbug!

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Kasimir Gabert | 1 Jan 05:05 2007
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Re: HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE

On 12/31/06, George Herbert <george.herbert@...> wrote:
> On 12/31/06, Rob Church <robchur@...> wrote:
> > On 01/01/07, Florian Knorn <florian@...> wrote:
> > > At least, being from Germany, it's time for me to say
> > >
> > >                 HAPPY NEW YEAR GUYS and GALS!
> > >
> > > Have a good one, keep up the great work and don't forget to smile every
> > > now and then,
> >
> > He spreads goodwill and happiness. Execute him now.
>
> Yay!  Humbug!
>
>
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Happy New Year to all!  Still 9:03 my time, but I am not sure that I
will be fully functional at 12!

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Kelly Jones | 1 Jan 07:05 2007
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Multi-server distributed MediaWiki

It's "easy" to mirror a MediaWiki from one primary server to a number
of secondary servers, but is it possible to have multiple primary servers?

Example: 10 servers and users can make changes on ANY of the 10
servers. Every night, the servers rsync to each other as follows:

1. If server X's version hasn't changed all day and server Y's version
HAS changed, server X accepts server Y's version.

2. If both server X's and server Y's versions have changed, automatic
CVS style merging is used to resolve the changes.

3. If CVS style merging yields a conflict, the site maintainer is
notified and must merge the two files manually (I'm thinking of a
creating a small site, so this shouldn't be too painful)

I realize the rules above only work for 2 servers -- is there a clever
version of this for n servers (n>2)?

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