[Pmwiki-users] PmWiki offline
Tue Nov 30 23:29:02 CST 2004
Just FYI Pm, the nanoweb installation I discussed with you on IRC
t'other day worked perfectly once I modified Lock to return
immediately. Which is nice.
*However* <g> Is it possible to remove the edit action entirely via
local/config.php, I mean obviously I can set a global edit password
and will before distributing, but just to stop any 'clever' customers
from messing around with the url? No bigg if its not possible, I
guess I'm just interested :) (Again this is a PmWiki1 site currently)
On Tue, 30 Nov 2004 20:02:49 -0700, Patrick R. Michaud
<pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 01, 2004 at 02:24:46AM +0100, Benjamin Fay wrote:
> > Hi.
> > How can i turn the whole site into html and make it accessable on a local
> > system without the need of a server.
> > Is there a simple solution making a PmWiki installation offline browsable.
> > With e.g. wget and
> > for file in $(ls *.html); do ex -c '%s/http:\/\/www.url.com\///cge' -c x
> > $file; done
> > i don't get anywhere. (of course...)
> Actually, this has come up several times, and based on another (off-list)
> message I sent earlier I'm going to see about making a change to PmWiki
> such that it will accept optional .html extensions at the end of URLs.
> If PmWiki is called with a .html extension on the pagename then it
> propagates the .html to any links it generates. I think with this change
> one could literally use wget or other web-capturing tools to obtain a
> working, static copy of a wiki's pages.
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