[pmwiki-users] Zap, JITS, & Warnings [was: Zap & Warnings]
the Other michael
xraysmalevich at gmail.com
Fri Mar 30 21:25:36 CDT 2007
getting closer -- it's a SectionEdit issue. Adding
$SectionEditInIncludes = false; to the config file allows JITS to get
closer to working ; also, LiteralWhiteSpace makes the display a mess,
so I have to turn that off.
And... then... AuthUser needed to be turned on.
Thanks for all the help Yirko!
-the Other michael
On 3/30/07, the Other michael <xraysmalevich at gmail.com> wrote:
> no, both the start and end anchors are present, and appear accurate.
> but I've reproduced this behavior on my home system (also running beta
> 42) - it displays the entire JITSsnip page, instead of... a snip.
> I get slightly different behavior with removing the space between the
> pagename and first #anchor - now, less is displayed, with a login
> button (thatdoesn't change once I login witht he ZAP password).
> (:include JITS.JITSsnip#mainpage#mainpageend:)
> (:JITSlevel: main:)
> -the Other michael
> On 3/30/07, Hladůvka Jiří <mail at revida.sk> wrote:
> > It is very strange.
> > Supposing you entered only the two lines into main JITS page (e.g.
> > Test.MyJITS)
> > there should be only two lines in Test.MyJITS source - that is
> > (:include JITS.JITSsnip #mainpage#mainpageend:)
> > (:JITSlevel: main:)
> > Then it should display only text according to the wikisource
> > of JITS.JITSsnip between [[#mainpage]] and [[#mainpageend]] anchors.
> > In no case the whole text of the JITS.JITSsnip
> > Maybe the downloaded file is corrupted.
> > Check the JITS.JITSsnip source if the anchors are present.
> > I think such a behaviour occurs when the delimiting anchor is missing
> > in the page beeing included.
> > Regards,
> > Jiri
> > P.S. Right, the pronunciation of the Czech name "Jiří"
> > is quite difficult and my non Czech friend call me
> > "Yiree" or "Yerzi"
> > or (if you say "J" like in John and "i" like in milk) "Dziri"
> > and one Dutchman calls me "Dzidzi"
> > but my wife Marta (she is Slovak) calls me Yirko - both I like the best :-)
> > So feel free to say JITS as you wish.
> > J.
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