[Pmwiki-users] Wikicontent sharing
Wed Apr 28 16:09:27 CDT 2004
Well, but what I wanted to do is to distribute the content to the "clients" so
that they are showing it. Actually I liked the idea so much that I've set up a
simple version that does just that. There are some troubles, but it works. A
friend of me has joined my little wikiring:
includes the wikicontent - it's like the includeurl script only that is
including the original wikicode and not HTML. That's the difference. The nice
effect of this is, that it will appear in the layout of the "client".
I also added the script to the cookbook and I am working on a version that
doesn't allow recursive calls and replace relative links with absolute links.
> You can do this with Interwiki links
> Say you have The Wonderful Apple Wiki and the Wonderful Orange Wiki
> If you set up interlinks for Orange and Apple you can easily share page
> You have to decide which of the two wikis hosts the group in question,
> though. But this does make it easier to "share" pages. However, the
> pages are simply links -- they're not wiki-interactive in the way of
> coming up with a ? link. But if you make Apple:Fruit/NewPage it will
> still call up a new page if the page hasn't been invented yet.
> Not sure if that handles your issue, though.
> On Apr 28, 2004, at 3:10 PM, Eike Decker wrote:
> > Hi
> > I and a friend have both a wiki. Now, we have some Projects to do and
> > he created
> > a wikipage on his one. But what about sharing the wikisource on two or
> > more
> > wikis? So that mine and his wiki have the same group and the same
> > page, but the
> > content is syncronized. So if I make a change on my wikipage, he will
> > see this
> > on his one two?
> > I guess there's not much needing in this, it just came into my mind
> > and maybe
> > this seems interesting to you, too.
> > This could work like this: There's one serverwiki and one clientwiki.
> > The
> > serverwiki should implement two "ports" - one to check for the current
> > version
> > and one to deliver the plain wikitext. The clientwiki would check the
> > version
> > and would fetch the new content if available. Also it has to send
> > wikichanges
> > to the server.
> > Or, both wikis are somehow connected and are checking each other for
> > new
> > versions.
> > The only problem would be to replace the links and imagelinks. But for
> > the rest
> > I don't see much problems for doing this.
> > -eike (http://www.cube3d.de)
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