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Sat Aug 4 20:47:07 CDT 2007
On 8/4/07, Ben Stallings <ben at interdependentweb.com> wrote:
> Philip Seyer wrote:
> > Trying to install some basic ZAP stuff.
> > The documentation says:
> > To install, simply download zap and if desired the zap toolbox, and enable
> > as needed in local config files. For the documentation, download the
> > zapdocs.zip file, dump into wiki.d, and goto Support.HomePage. Please direct
> > all questions/comments to the PmWiki mailing list.
> > How does one go to the Support.HomePage?
> Assuming you've put the contents of the .zip file in your wiki.d as
> instructed, the pages have been added to your wiki, so you go to your
> wiki's address with Support.HomePage as the name of the page, like so:
> or if you're using CleanURLs,
Yes this is exactly what to do to get to the support pages...
> <aside>The page group should probably not be called Support, but rather
> ZAPSupport, to avoid overwriting any existing Support pages that may
> exist on the wiki. I realize Dan is no longer maintaining ZAP, so I
> should probably change this myself, but perhaps someone else will get to
> it sooner...</aside>
Yes, this would be a good idea. Perhaps the pages could all be renamed
and reorganized but it's a big job--with like 170 pages or so if I
remember correctly. And it's all linked together for easy navigation
so that would need to be refactored, esp the groupheader pages.
Furthermore, because it's very close to the 150K upload limit on
PmWiki, really someone with the expireddiff (?) recipe installed
should clean out all the page histories. I did a bunch of them
manually, but it wouldn't hurt to further trim down the download size.
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