[pmwiki-users] Selecting a Wiki engine...
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Tue Oct 3 13:44:28 CDT 2006
On 10/3/06, Patrick R. Michaud <pmichaud at pobox.com> wrote:
> Ahhh, I see. They essentially manage this by avoiding the problem
> of parent, ancestor, uncle, or cousin links -- i.e., you can
> address pages at or below the current group, otherwise you have
> to start at the root.
> Could work. It still has a bunch of issues in a PmWiki context,
> however. For example, a single name could be referring to either
> a group or a page, and it's not clear how one would manage group
Actually, with all you can do with pagelists, categories, and now the
text vars, the main reason remaining for nested groups seems to be
heritable group attributes.
I guess it could also be useful for clean urls, and sorting pages into
folders on the server. That would be nice perhaps. But neither of
those are critical for any reason I can think of on my site...
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