[pmwiki-users] Pagelist PTV wildcard usage? Possible? Opinions wanted on tagging system.

Knut Alboldt pmwiki at alboldt.de
Sat Apr 3 01:29:22 CDT 2010

Wouldn't it be possible to use the categories-feature for your tags ?
But it might be a bit to complicated for a user to enter [[!tag]] 
instead of tag. But you could then use
(:pagelist ... link=tag ... :)

Maybe there is a way to define categories in a page also in another way, 
e.g. by using

:tags: tag1 tag2

identfying all words after ":tags:" as a category-link, so kind of a 
translation into ":tags: [[!tag1]] [!tag2]]" at post-edit time, but only 
for displaying the page, the page source should preserve the :tags:-line 
for editing ?

So what's about using the ROSPatterns with a function, that replaces
":tags: tag1 tag2"
":tags: tag1 tag2
(:hiddentags: [[!tag1] [[!tag2]] :)
(and deletes existing (:hiddentags: ... :) just a step before.

Would ROSPattern be called by the FOX Postprocessing of a form ? Or 
could thsi be done by a FOX-Form-Postprcessing function instead of using 
ROSPattern ?

btw, I've the same problem for entering tags by users for a set of 
dokument pages.


Am 02.04.2010 19:25, schrieb Mark Bacas:
>>> The tags don't have to be listed in a certain order when creating them?
>> No, and they could be anywhere in the page, not only in a PTV. However it
>> may appear not intuitive to search word1 "or" word2 :
>>   (:pagelist _tag1 _tag2:) will find pages with BOTH tags
>> To list pages containing either _todo or _someday you need 2 pagelists,
>> and if a page contains both tags, it will appear in both pagelists.
> That's okay, at least for me. At this point my main concern was making
> sure I got pages with just a particular tag, and I was running into
> the issue where "weekly" would pick-up "biweekly" entries or something
> like "ING" would pick-up "shopping".
> I guess you could address the issue of having something appear in both
> of the pagelists above by doing something like this?
> (:pagelist _todo _someday:)
> (:pagelist -_todo _someday:)
> (:pagelist _todo -_someday:)
> As long as you had your formatting setup probably it would probably
> look and be okay.
>>> Is there an easy way to add the _ to my existing tags?
>> No. Hopefully you and the users of your recipe don't have too many
>> pages yet. :-)
> Well, I have a pretty good bit, but I'll just deal with it. I need to
> change my forms for users of the recipe though to give some direction
> when entering tags in the tag field. Something like "Proceed tags with
> "_" underscore to allow for better filtering."
> Thanks again,
>   - Mark
>> Petko
>>> On Fri, Apr 2, 2010 at 4:25 AM, Petko Yotov<5ko at 5ko.fr>  wrote:
>>>> On Friday 02 April 2010 03:55:47, Mark Bacas wrote :
>>>>> I'm thinking I need to enter all tags with something like a preceding
>>>>> # or something.
>>>>> Any opinions on this? Is # a bad idea? Is just having a preceding
>>>>> character good enough? I believe it should be.
>>>>> Then I could have something like $:tags=*#weekly* and
>>>>> $:tags=*#biweekly* and the *#weekly* shouldn't pick up the #biweekly
>>>>> tag.
>>>> Hi. You can use the underscore character like this: _weekly _biweekly
>>>> _critical _done _home _computer. Then, use either your PTV search, or even
>>>> just plaintext search :
>>>>   !! Stuff that I could do now
>>>>   (:pagelist _home -_done -_waitingfor:)
>>>> See also the second half of this page:
>>>>   http://www.pmichaud.com/pipermail/pmwiki-users/2009-December/056314.html
>>>> Petko
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