[pmwiki-users] Fixed: Minor changes to WikiForms
john.rankin at affinity.co.nz
Wed Mar 2 23:01:21 CST 2005
On Thursday, 3 March 2005 10:23 AM, John Rankin <john.rankin at affinity.co.nz> wrote:
>Summary of response:
>Issues B and C I think now work. See
for a new version and updated documentation.
And (:wikilist status='on hold':) now works...
(spaces in selection criteria didn't work before)
>Issue A, I don't have a good answer.
>On Thursday, 3 March 2005 2:47 AM, Hugo Fjelsted Alrøe <Hugo.Alroe at agrsci.dk> wrote:
>>Thank you for making the PITS issue tracking system available in
>>a flexible form for general use, John. I have installed
>>WikiForms and it seems to work very well, but there are a few
>>Adding additional points (like in PITS, e.g. 54532) to the
>>importance or urgency fields (by way of edit page) does not
>>seem to change the score in the list of issues. I tried on
>>Affinity wiki as well with the same result.
And what do we do with page scores? How do we distinguish
between Priority = 55435 and Cost = 125?
I need to do some thinking...
>>I wanted to make some of the text boxes in the form shorter,
>>and wanted to follow these suggestions from the Cookbook description:
>> ([1-9][0-9]*) the number of lines for several text boxes; these get joined with \\ markup
>>But I cannot get it to work - can you explain a bit more?
>If the template says:
>You get the following form effect:
>Address: [ ]
> [ ]
> [ ]
:Address:address (3*20) now produces
Address: [ ]
:Name:name (=12) now produces
Name: [ ]
>>I also thought it would be nice if one could specify changes to
>>the fields that are included in the list of issues, in the
>>wikilist directive. Something like
>> (:wikilist status=closed !opened closed:)
>>That is, include the field 'Date closed' and leave out the
>>field 'Date opened'. As it is, the fields that are shown in the
>>list of issues are specified on the FormTemplate page (by way
>>of a + or - sort order indication). I don't know whether this
>>is feasible, though.
Done, you can write:
(:wikilist status=closed !opened +closed:)
The '+' tells it to sort on ascending closed date.
Thanks for the excellent suggestions.
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