[pmwiki-users] Getting pages created by other software to appear in category lists
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Mon Oct 28 20:00:48 CDT 2013
So, the last time I tried doing something like this, I ended up have to
render the constructed page before the index would update. I don't recall
why that was, but perhaps you might give it a go and see if that helps? I
did it with curl in a shell script, you should be able to do that from Perl
as well, maybe using lwp?
On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 7:49 PM, Peter Payzant <pce at accesswave.ca> wrote:
> Patrick, thanks for your reply.
> As an experiment, I simply used the Linux "touch" command on both
> wiki.d/.lastmod and my synthetic wiki page. I'm afraid that didn't work -
> the category page still doesn't see the synthetic page.
> Any other thoughts?
> On 2013-10-28 7:34 PM, Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
>> On Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 06:06:29PM -0300, Peter Payzant wrote:
>>> I'm creating one page with a daily Perl program, and in general
>>> everything works as expected. However, I can't get this page to show
>>> up in a category list.
>>> However, this page does not appear on the page
>>> Category.BoardDocuments. Dozens of other pages created the normal
>>> way, by editing in PmWiki, do appear in the category list.
>>> What am I doing wrong?
>> The indexes aren't being notified that there's a new page that might
>> need scanning.
>> Simply have your Perl script also touch/update the .lastmod file in
>> wiki.d/, and the categories should start seeing your automatically
>> generated page(s).
>> In Perl the following will work to update the timestamp of .lastmod:
>> open(my $fh, ">", "wiki.d/.lastmod");
>> Hope this helps.
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