[pmwiki-users] Monospace-Text and buffer size problem.
Nelson E. Ingersoll
nelson.ingersoll at atmel.com
Sun Jul 22 21:14:02 CDT 2007
Awesome! Added the line
to my ./local/config.php and was immediately able to see the text. Thank you.
Putting the text into the page as monospaced-text has the additional
benefit of loading a LOT faster than allowing PmWiki to attempt to translate
310K of potential markup instructions. Suddenly I am starting to think I
*really* can use PmWiki as the engine for my Knowledge Base. Color me pleased.
Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> On Sun, Jul 22, 2007 at 10:58:41AM -0600, Nelson Ingersoll wrote:
>> PmWiki novice here.
>> I am creating a PmWiki based knowledge base for work. I am running
>> pmwiki-2.2.0-beta60. Yes, I know this is the bleeding edge. I am an
>> experienced computer engineer. My thoughts are if not me, who?; and, if
>> not now, when?
> Actually, pmwiki-2.2.0-beta isn't all that bloody at the moment --
> we're nearing a stable release. I highly recommend that all new
> sites start with 2.2.0-beta (and I'm probably going to add a note
> to the Download and other pages to this effect, if not simply
> convert 2.2.0-beta to say "2.2.0").
>> I have a largish text file, about 311KB, which is a highly formatted
>> ASCII document. For those in the know it is a Bachman Diagram of a
>> hierarchical database I work on/with. I read that I can use "[@
>> ..text.. @] to display the text in the way it was written to be
>> displayed. However, when I try to display the text all I see is a blank
> My best guess is that you're running PHP 5.2.0 or later, and that
> it's therefore running into the pcre.backtrack_limit that was
> introduced into that release.
> Try adding the following to your local/config.php file and see
> if it fixes the problem:
> ini_set('pcre.backtrack_limit', 1000000);
> This will allow PHP's preg_* functions to work on much larger
> strings than the default (100K).
> Hope this helps,
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> pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
Nelson E. Ingersoll
I.T. Senior Systems Engineer
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
Email: nelson.ingersoll at atmel.com
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