[pmwiki-users] Site.EditForm and UserAuth2 issues

Randy randy at brownragfilms.com
Fri Mar 14 23:06:22 CDT 2008


If I recall correctly, PmWiki recommends that you not rename  
pmwiki.php to index.php. Instead, put this line as the sole line in  

<?php include('pmwiki.php');

That way updates will work. I don't know if there are other reasons  
for it. It probably won't fix your problem.

Site.EditForm is the correct page. Are you sure that your page changes  
have been saved? Maybe put in "TEST TO SEE IF THIS APPEARS" on the  
form, to see. Even if you're not editing, you can view the page to see  
what has been saved. If you can see it when you view the page, but not  
when you edit, then clearly the problem is somewhere you are loading  
the wrong copy of EditForm. (I think wikilib.d contains a default copy.)

If that's the case, check your config.php for anything that might  
override the usual bindings. Maybe that's where the problem is.


On Mar 14, 2008, at 10:50 PM, Matt Riker wrote:

> Randy, is it possible that there's more than one EditForm?  It's  
> location on my site is "/index.php?n=Site.EditForm".  I renamed  
> pmwiki.php to index.php... could that possibly be an issue?
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