[Pmwiki-users] Organization of pages (was: Hierarchical groups)
Patrick R. Michaud
Sat Jun 12 11:52:53 CDT 2004
On Sat, Jun 12, 2004 at 06:14:57PM +0200, Christian Ridderstr?m wrote:
> I still haven't read all of them, but I was surprised there was no
> response at all to this mail so I'm posting it again under a new subject.
I didn't respond because I wasn't in a place to be able to look at
the external png.
> > As for how to refer to other pages, I think someone (can't remember who)
> > had the right idea when he suggested introducing a "resolver function"
> > (that the administrator can customize per page basis etc). This function
> > would then be in charge of determining what "A/B/C" should refer to.
PmWiki 2.0 allows administrators to define the resolver in any way they
> > If a page may belong to several groups, a similar function would be needed
> > in order to determine what the current "group".
This is actually built-in to the resolver function.
> > Finally I'd just like to say that I don't think we should be restricted by
> > the current implementation of how pages are stored (i.e. as a file called
> > GroupName.PageName).
I haven't done anything with that restriction in mind. In fact, PmWiki 2.0
has pluggable wiki storage objects, so that you can choose any storage
backend design you want (i.e., flat files, MySQL tables, other).
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