[pmwiki-users] Site.SideBar is unprotected
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Fri Sep 8 09:18:16 CDT 2006
On Fri, Sep 08, 2006 at 07:35:56AM -0500, Tegan Dowling wrote:
| On 9/7/06, mike moller <mike.moller at gmail.com> wrote:
| > Patrick
| > presumably this situation is a consequence of the split between your distro
| > material in wikilib.d and the locally edited stuff in wiki.d?
| > If so then I take it that any upgrade put out in an upgrade distro leaves
| > one vulnerable to missing out on parts of the upgrade that might depend on
| > changes implemented in the Site group pages?
| Mike: I won't try to speak for Patrick, but that is certainly my
| experience. When I download a new release, one of the steps I (try to
| remember to) always take is to sort the old and new wikilib.d
| directories by the last changed date, and compare them to see what's
| been updated.
| If there's been an update to a page for which I have also created a
| wiki.d page, I know I need to make sure I understand and address
| whatever it is that has changed.
Good point! Should it be possible to do this automatic and display e.g. a
list of "affected" pages in a wiki page. I already imaging a format with
three links for each: Old version new version and diff. I figure we then
need something like a wikilib.old to hold the wikilib.d pages of the former
version. can't be to hard to put this in my bash upgrade script :-) This
would make it a lot easier to maintain upgrades for people like me how
fiddle with the standard wikilib.d pages :-)
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