[pmwiki-users] How to make Site.AllRecentChanges display *all* recent changes?
Joshua J. Kugler
joshua at eeinternet.com
Fri Nov 17 13:35:15 CST 2006
On Friday 17 November 2006 10:24, Lucian Wischik wrote:
> At the moment, Site.AllRecentChanges only displays the most recent
> change for each page. So if you write a page with a masterpiece of
> wit and creativity, but then click "edit" and correct a minor typo
> (and forget to check "minor change"), it's only the minor typo that
> shows on Site.AllRecentChanges. This is especially irritating when
> using Site.AllRecentChanges?action=rss.
> I'd like Site.AllRecentChanges to show *all* recent changes. It should
> make a list out of every historical change to every page (going back
> to a certain date limit), and sort this list.
> Has anyone done something like this? Does it seem like a useful feature?
> Maybe even the useful default behaviour for PmWiki?
> I'm going to start grubbing around in pagelist.php to see if I can
> accomplish it myself. My first impression is that it will involve
> major changes to MakePageList, ones that can't be achieved purely
> inside a local/config.php. It looks like a lot of work, hence why
> I'd like to find that someone else has already done it for me!
I would like this as well! I'd also like PmWiki to show the edit "Summary"
field in the RSS feed as well, so I get my memory jogged as to what changes
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