[ANN] Pimki 1.7

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Assaph Mehr, May 1, 2005.

  1. Assaph Mehr

    Assaph Mehr Guest

    Hi All,

    I'm proud to announce Pimki release 1.7.092. This is a bug fix & small
    new features release. This will be (hopefully) the last release before
    Pimki2 (Watch this space :)

    What's new in this release?
    - Better control on multiple webs, including web administration
    and links between webs via [web_address[PageName]]
    - Added Glossary function: shows all acronyms defined in the web
    - Better export in anticipation of Pimki2
    - Moved things back to the nav-bar
    - Even more and better things at the web setup (edit_web) template
    - Lots of bug fixes

    What is Pimki?
    Pimki is a Personal Information Manager based on Instiki's Wiki
    technology. It has some added features over Instiki - most of which are
    geared towards the personal / small-group application. The important
    added features are a mind mapper, personal blog, `todo' items, quick
    menu, edit-on-double-click, better customisation & administration and
    others.

    More Info?
    http://pimki.rubyforge.org/

    Want to Download?
    >From the home page or through RubyGems: gem install pimki.


    Questions? Comments? Spontaneous donations of dark Belgian chocolate?
    Email me!


    Cheers,
    Assaph
     
    Assaph Mehr, May 1, 2005
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  2. Assaph Mehr

    Dick Davies Guest

    * Assaph Mehr <> [0539 12:39]:
    > Hi All,
    >
    > I'm proud to announce Pimki release 1.7.092. This is a bug fix & small
    > new features release. This will be (hopefully) the last release before
    > Pimki2 (Watch this space :)
    >
    > What's new in this release?
    > - Better control on multiple webs, including web administration
    > and links between webs via [web_address[PageName]]
    > - Added Glossary function: shows all acronyms defined in the web
    > - Better export in anticipation of Pimki2
    > - Moved things back to the nav-bar
    > - Even more and better things at the web setup (edit_web) template
    > - Lots of bug fixes
    >
    > What is Pimki?
    > Pimki is a Personal Information Manager based on Instiki's Wiki
    > technology. It has some added features over Instiki - most of which are
    > geared towards the personal / small-group application. The important
    > added features are a mind mapper, personal blog, `todo' items, quick
    > menu, edit-on-double-click, better customisation & administration and
    > others.
    >
    > More Info?
    > http://pimki.rubyforge.org/
    >
    > Want to Download?
    > >From the home page or through RubyGems: gem install pimki.

    >
    > Questions? Comments? Spontaneous donations of dark Belgian chocolate?
    > Email me!


    No choccy yet :)

    Really enjoying pimki at the moment, thanks - one question though
    (and it may be a general redcloth/instiki issue so I'm CCing -talk)

    I'm trying to write some apache tutorials, and trying to post code
    snippets along the lines of

    [textile]
    ------------------------------
    <code>
    <Location /foo>
    Allow from 10.4.0.0/16
    Deny from All
    Order deny,allow
    </Location>
    </code>
    ------------------------------

    This renders to:

    HTML:
    ------------------------------
    <pre><code><code>
    <location>
    
    Allow from 10.4.0.0/16
    Deny from All
    Order deny,allow
    </location>
    </code></code></pre>
    ------------------------------
    
    which firefox renders by ignoring the <location> tag.
    I tried fixing that by doing:
    
    
    [textile]
    ------------------------------
    <code>
    &lt;Location /foo&gt;
    Allow from 10.4.0.0/16
    Deny from All
    Order deny,allow
    &lt;Location&gt;
    </code>
    ------------------------------
    
    which works until I edit the page again, at which point it gets edited back
    to the '<'/'>' version....
    
    Am I missing something?
    
    --
    'A little rudeness and disrespect can elevate a meaningless interaction
    into a battle of wills and add drama to an otherwise dull day.'
    -- Calvin discovers Usenet
    Rasputin :: Jack of All Trades - Master of Nuns
     
    Dick Davies, May 3, 2005
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  3. Assaph Mehr

    Assaph Mehr Guest

    Re: Pimki 1.7

    Dick Davies wrote:
    > I'm trying to write some apache tutorials, and trying to post code
    > snippets along the lines of
    >
    > [textile]
    > ------------------------------
    > <code>
    > <Location /foo>
    > Allow from 10.4.0.0/16
    > Deny from All
    > Order deny,allow
    > </Location>
    > </code>
    > ------------------------------
    >
    > This renders to:
    >
    >
    HTML:
    > ------------------------------
    >   <pre><code><code>
    >  <location>
    >
    >   Allow from 10.4.0.0/16
    >   Deny from All
    >   Order deny,allow
    >  </location>
    >  </code></code></pre>
    > ------------------------------
    >
    > which firefox renders by ignoring the <location> tag.
    > I tried fixing that by doing:
    >
    >
    > [textile]
    > ------------------------------
    >  <code>
    >  &lt;Location /foo&gt;
    >   Allow from 10.4.0.0/16
    >   Deny from All
    >   Order deny,allow
    >  &lt;Location&gt;
    >  </code>
    > ------------------------------
    >
    > which works until I edit the page again, at which point it gets[/color]
    edited back[color=blue]
    > to the '<'/'>' version....[/color]
    
    Just tested with RedCloth & Instiki, and this is a Pimki issue :(
    I'll fix soon.
    
    BTW, You should be using <pre> tags (not <code>) as this is block
    content, not inline.
    
    Cheers,
    Assaph
     
    Assaph Mehr, May 4, 2005
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  4. Assaph Mehr

    Assaph Mehr Guest

    Re: Pimki 1.7

    > I'll fix soon.

    Fix below (watch for line breaks). Will be in CVS tonight.
    I'm not sure why I originally moved the 'pre' tag, but moving it back
    to the post-engine processing doesn't break things as far as I can
    tell.

    Cheers,
    Assaph


    C:\Stuff\pimki\> diff -u app\models\wiki_content.rb~
    app\models\wiki_content.rb
    --- app\models\wiki_content.rb~ 2005-02-02 22:32:33.000000000 +1100
    +++ app\models\wiki_content.rb 2005-05-04 11:36:53.356940100 +1000
    @@ -44,9 +44,9 @@

    # Moved URIChunk from pre-engine to post-engine, as it clashed with
    the textile
    # markup of "link":URL.
    - PRE_ENGINE_ACTIONS = [ NoWiki, Category, Include, Literal::pre,
    WikiSymbol,
    + PRE_ENGINE_ACTIONS = [ NoWiki, Category, Include, WikiSymbol,
    WikiChunk::Link, WikiChunk::BlikiLink ]
    - POST_ENGINE_ACTIONS = [ Literal::Tags, URIChunk, WikiChunk::Word,
    Todo ]
    + POST_ENGINE_ACTIONS = [ Literal::Tags, Literal::pre, URIChunk,
    WikiChunk::Word, Todo ]


    DEFAULT_OPTS = {
     
    Assaph Mehr, May 4, 2005
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  5. Assaph Mehr

    Dick Davies Guest

    Re: Pimki 1.7

    * Assaph Mehr <> [0544 01:44]:
    >
    > Dick Davies wrote:
    > >
    > > which firefox renders by ignoring the <location> tag.
    > > I tried fixing that by doing:
    > >
    > >
    > > [textile]
    > > ------------------------------
    > > <code>
    > > &lt;Location /foo&gt;
    > > Allow from 10.4.0.0/16
    > > Deny from All
    > > Order deny,allow
    > > &lt;Location&gt;
    > > </code>
    > > ------------------------------
    > >
    > > which works until I edit the page again, at which point it gets

    > edited back
    > > to the '<'/'>' version....


    > Just tested with RedCloth & Instiki, and this is a Pimki issue :(
    > I'll fix soon.


    Tried that patch and it works a treat1

    Thanks a lot for the quick fix - I've got a presentation on Apache to give
    tomorrow and I'd have to learn PowerPoint without this!

    > BTW, You should be using <pre> tags (not <code>) as this is block
    > content, not inline.


    Yeah, I was trying to persuade pimki to DTRT with the pre block, so threw in
    a load of stuff I probably didn't need..

    --
    'When you have to kill a man it costs nothing to be polite.'
    -- Winston Churchill, On formal declarations of war
    Rasputin :: Jack of All Trades - Master of Nuns
     
    Dick Davies, May 4, 2005
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