[pmwiki-users] 2.1.6 released (was: InterMap format)
tmdowling at gmail.com
Tue May 23 16:49:45 CDT 2006
PM replied to my request for this very thing this morning - Subject of
the thread was "Condition something on "logged-in user" when using
At least I think it's the same thing as what you're asking for. His answer:
(:if enabled AuthPw:)
This will return true if any passwords have been entered during the
current browser session. (One can use ?action=login to force
entering of a password.)
I've put this in a test and so far it works. I was going to play
around with it a bit more to confirm, and then look for a good place
for it in the documentation.
I'm thinking on http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/ConditionalMarkup, just below
(:if enabled VAR:) - true if PHP VAR is true
(:if enabled AuthPw:) - true if user has entered any password
during the current browser session.
Sound right, anyone?
On 5/23/06, Américo Albuquerque <aalbuquerque at lanowar.sytes.net> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> Subject: [pmwiki-users] 2.1.6 released (was: InterMap format)
> Date: Mon, 22 May 2006 22:31:25 -0500
> From: "Patrick R. Michaud"
> > 2.1.6 is just released, and restores hyphens in InterMap link
> > names.
> > 2.1.6 also adds the long-requested capability to test authorization
> > to a page other than the current one via the (:if auth edit OtherPage:)
> > markup.
> Can you also add an auth test that returns true if a user is
> authenticated whatever authentication he uses?
> Now we have to do a(:if test authid or auth admin or auth attr or auth
> It would help if we could have a single (:if isauth:) that would work if
> there is an authentication active, whetever it was, specially because we
> don't have a (:else:) markup.
> Americo Albuquerque
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