[Pmwiki-users] Re: Action to provide last modified date and md5 checksum
Fri Jul 9 00:50:26 CDT 2004
On Fri, 9 Jul 2004, Steven Leite wrote:
> This is extremely easy to do as a Cookbook recipe. I'd implement it as
> something like pmwiki.php?pagename=SomePage&action=pageinfo
> If there's demand (eg. more than one person) then I could write a
> plug-in so you could include the details in a wikipage, like this:
> [[page-info: creation_date, server_time, whatever]]
> That would return the details you want directly in your wikipage. Skies
> the limit for what you want included.
For my purposes, it's less good to put the information directly in the
* Emacs downloads the source of a wiki page, e.g. it'd get the directive
but no useful information.
* Using a speical URI that only downloads the information I need will be
much more efficient than downloading an entiree page.
I was about to suggest that it's a good idea to place 'last modified' text
on the normal wiki page, but then I remembered that we already have that.
Well, at least my pages automatically contain:
Page last modified on July 08, 2004, at 07:05 PM by chr
below the page footer.
Christian Ridderstr?m http://www.md.kth.se/~chr
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