[pmwiki-users] Re: Re: Pmwiki emacs mode

Milan Lukic milan at eskimo.com
Mon Sep 12 21:02:37 CDT 2005

Thank you very much for such a detailed reply (including the other
email). The link, and the need to download CVS looks much more visible
now - at least to me. I am not likely ot find the time in the next
sevaral days to try out the suggestions you made below, but I sure
will look into it as soon as I can.

* chr at home.se <chr at home.se> [2005-09-12 17:41:18 +0200]:

> On Mon, 12 Sep 2005, Milan Lukic wrote:
> > > (if you aren't using the CVS version, let me know and I'll place a bigger 
> > > note about it on the donwload page)
> > > 
> > 
> > I don't know if it is CVS or not, but I think not. I followed the
> > links from the Cookbook page and I believe that I finally clicked on
> > "download" rather than CVS. In any case, my tar.gz file is
> > pmwiki-mode-1.4-pre2.tar.gz. 
> Would you mind looking at the download section in cookbook page again?
> 	http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/EmacsPmWikiMode
> Is the text about using the CVS-version clear enough now? And is the link 
> for the CVS-version visible enough? I think you'll run into problems if 
> you use 1.4... with PmWiki 2.
> > The /Main/HomePage was the key. I tried first Main.HomePage (that is
> > suggested in Emacs' minibuffer, and I tried to copy the address line
> > from the browser ... I am pretty sure that I tried /Main/WikiSandbox,
> > but I was probably missing pmwiki.php in that case ...
> If you're missing pmwiki.php, you can fix it so that it works. Requires a 
> minor setting in your .emacs though. Here's an excerpt from the changelog 
> "documenting" this feature...
> Modified automatic handling of password protected pages. 
> Removed old variables and introduced a more generic transformation of the 
> URI. The new variable is called pmwiki-uri-transforms and is a list, where 
> each element represents a transformation. These transformations are 
> applied in sequence. 
> Example of transformations 
> (set 'pmwiki-uri-transforms
>      (list
>       '("http://some.site.se\\(/[A-Z]\\|\\?\\)"
> "http://some.site.se"
> "http://some.site.se/wiki/pmwiki.php")
>       '("http://some.site.se/"
> "http://some.site.se/"
> "http://user:password@some.site.se/")))
> The first transformation allows you to use a site where pages are 
> automatically redirected from http://some.site.se/Group/Page to 
> http://some.site.se/wiki/pmwiki.php/Group/Page. 
> The second transformation inserts user:password into the URI when the URI 
> starts with http://some.site.se. This implies that you use the samme 
> username/password for all wikis on that site.
> /Christian


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