[pmwiki-users] Editing Pmwiki *Locally* in a *Text Editor*

Peter K.H. Gragert p.k.h.gragert at misc.utwente.nl
Sun Mar 22 01:46:14 CDT 2009

My way of working is as follows:
I installed XAMPP do be able to run PmWiki locally. No Vim editing needed!
And you see at once the effect of local editing ;-).
I use FileZilla to up- or download, and the newest version 
can show you with color-highlighting what the difference  is ...
So I can easily see, which files should be synchronized.

It means, my local and remote PmWiki(s) are identical.

By the way, my config.php contains e.g.
if ($_SERVER['SERVER_ADDR'] == ""){
  $ScriptUrl = 'http://localhost***';
  $PubDirUrl = 'http://localhost***';

 } else {
  $ScriptUrl = 'http://***';
  $PubDirUrl = 'http://***';
  $PKHGjQuery = 'http://***';
  $PageLogoUrl = "http://***";

Where the *** naturally are to be replaced by YOUR URL's, so even your
config.php maybe up or downloaded.


-----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
Van: pmwiki-users-bounces at pmichaud.com
[mailto:pmwiki-users-bounces at pmichaud.com] Namens Yogi
Verzonden: zaterdag 21 maart 2009 22:52
Aan: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
Onderwerp: [pmwiki-users] Editing Pmwiki *Locally* in a *Text Editor*

Hi there,

Summary question: Is there a way to keep a local copy of your wiki on
your machine and change it locally (via a text editor preferably) and
then upload a batch of changes at once?

Going into detail: I edit my (Pm)wiki often over a slow network. I
would like to be able to

* keep a local copy of the wiki and
* edit the pages locally using Vim, and seeing the change locally

before I upload the changes on the website. Of course, I would like
the two copies (server copy and local copy) of pmwiki in sync somehow
(svn, csv?). Is there a way to do it?


Yogi Sharma; http://www.cs.cornell.edu/w8/~yogi/index.html

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