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Kwiki::Edit::SubEtha - SubEthaEdit Plugin for Kwiki
This document describes version 0.02 of Kwiki::Edit::SubEtha, released July 27, 2004.
A live SubEthaKwiki is available at http://wiki.oreillynet.com/oscon/ for the duration of O'Reilly Open Source Convention 2004.
You need OS X 10.3 or above, with UI Scripting enabled; see http://www.apple.com/applescript/uiscripting/01.html for instructions on how to enable it.
Tweak the configuration constants in script/subethakwiki.pl and run it. It will do several things every 15 seconds:
* force an autosave * svn up * check for each "A edits/*", set TTL * open the documents in SubEthaEdit and share them * svn ci * check for each "M pages/*" and refresh their TTL * for pages that has TTL expired, close the document, record it. * svn rm edits/* those pages. * svn ci * loop
Note that the SubEthaEdit window will pop out constantly; currently, you really need a dedicated machine to do this.
First, install the Kwiki::Archive::SVK plugin, run index.cgi once, then share the repository located at kwiki_path/plugin/archive using svnserve or WebDAV, and make it accessible form the SubEtha machine.
Now install the Kwiki::Edit::SubEtha plugin. For nonshared (normal) pages, the user will see:
* provides an "Edit" item as normal. * for OSX people, an additional "SubEthaEdit" button: ** shows a page explaining what's it about ** explain the rules ** offer a link that, when clicked, does "svk mkdir edits/Pagename" ** and redirects to see://hostname/PageName/
For shared (subetha-editable) pages, the user will see:
* a "Lock" item explaining it's being locked by SubEthaEdit * for OSX people, a "SubEthaEdit" button that just links to see://see_url.
Autrijus Tang <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Brian Ingerson <INGY@cpan.org>.
Copyright 2004 by Autrijus Tang <email@example.com>, Brian Ingerson <INGY@cpan.org>.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.