[pmwiki-users] Putting ".html" extensions onto pages
haganfox at users.sourceforge.net
Thu Mar 2 17:18:54 CST 2006
On 3/2/06, Joachim Durchholz <jo at durchholz.org> wrote:
> H. Fox schrieb:
> > On 3/1/06, Joachim Durchholz <jo at durchholz.org> wrote:
> >>I'd recommend against looking what files are there and deciding what to
> >>do later. Say you have a page named LICENSE, and a new version of PmWiki
> >>place a LICENSE file in the installation directory...
> > A wikipage named SomeGroup.LICENSE would not be affected by placing a
> > file named LICENSE in the installation directory.
> Sure. How about a group named LICENSE?
It would be a minimal problem, if any at all. Besides, the filename
would be LICENSE.txt and that wouldn't conflict with a LICENSE.Txt
> Or future changed group/page
> naming conventions
That's what release notes are for.
> - should PmWiki's future path be constrained by
Point #1) It already is.
Point #2) Both solutions are susceptible to a change in naming
conventions. Take "names can now start with numerals" as an example.
> > I don't see this becoming a problem. At worst you'd need to add a
> > special rewrite rule.
> That would be beyond the capabilities of most PmWiki admins.
That's what the documentation and mailing list are for.
> In your case, I'd place the non-PmWiki content in a different directory,
> and use some URL rewriting and wrapper scripting to map PmWiki into the
> existing URL space (or maybe I'd install PmWiki and map the legacy
> content into PmWiki's URL space via some scripting in config.php -
> serving a HTML page from PHP is a two-liner last time I did it).
It's a lot easier just to use the .htaccess from the new recipe. :-)
> Maybe the different ways to divide up URL space should be listed as
> equally-ranked alternatives on the CleanUrls page.
IMHO adding another equally-ranked paradigm for solving the problem
would make an already-confusing subject even more confusing. The most
we should do is add a note that points to the divided-up-URL-space
solution on the old page or maybe a newly-created alternate page.
Whatever you decide to do, I hope you don't negate the large amount of
work I've put into the new CleanUrls recipe.
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