[pmwiki-users] How Would I View an Older Page Version?
john.rankin at affinity.co.nz
Thu Jun 15 20:12:31 CDT 2006
On Friday, 16 June 2006 9:41 AM, Ben Wilson <dausha at gmail.com> wrote:
>Would it be cheeky to ask when "when=" will be implemented? :-) I'm
>not sure if it's really something that should be core bound, but I
>thought I'd ask.
Since the question has been raised, what I'd really like is
>> > http://www.pmwiki.org/Cookbook/Cookbook?action=browse&time=123456789
returns a browse view rather than an edit preview view, with an
option of links to older and newer versions of the page.
Clicking on 'Older' takes you to a browse of the previous version
and clicking on 'Newer' takes you to the next version. I imagine
that minor edits would collapse into older and newer views.
'Page last modified' turns into something like 'Page version as at'.
AFAIK this could be implemented as a recipe -- no changes to the
core would be needed.
>> Go to the page history, hit "restore" for the version of the page
>> you're interested in, then hit "Preview".
>> When/if this gets implemented in the core, the parameter will be
>> called "when=", and it will accept dates/times in a variety of
>> ISO formats as well as the standard timestamp values.
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