[pmwiki-users] Viewing different versions of a page

Kathryn Andersen kat_lists at katspace.homelinux.org
Fri Oct 27 08:08:38 CDT 2006

On Fri, Oct 27, 2006 at 11:52:45AM +0100, marc wrote:
> Kathryn Andersen said...
> > One of my users has come to me asking if there's a way of viewing
> > specific versions of a page (so that he can say "everybody, go and look
> > at version X of page Y") -- to *view* it, not to *edit* it.  I know that
> > one can click on History, Restore and then Preview, but that's not
> > really suitable for naieve users.

> I'd find this useful too. I'm sure a recipe could be cooked up to 
> automate applying the history, but I don't know, and doubt, whether 
> there's a useful tag to identify the version. Over to Patrick, I think.
> Of course, you could always use Subversion :-) <ducks and runs>

Are you joking or serious?

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