[pmwiki-users] :SPAM: RE: Get Rid of Main

Tim E. Rhodes trhodes at trhodes.net
Thu Jul 2 11:34:13 CDT 2009

Come on please, someone help me out here. Am I posting my question
incorrectly, or is it that no one knows me, or do I have to offer free sex
to even get some acknowledgement?


This recipe is broken and unmaintained. If the community isn't going to fix
it perhaps it should be removed from pmwiki.org altogether.




I just find it hard to believe that none of you can help, and I find it sad
that none of you will help.






From: Tim E. Rhodes [mailto:trhodes at trhodes.net] 
Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2009 10:59 AM
To: 'Tim E. Rhodes'; 'pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com'
Subject: RE: Get Rid of Main


Anyone? Where can I get support with this?


From: Tim E. Rhodes [mailto:trhodes at trhodes.net] 
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 6:07 PM
To: 'pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com'
Subject: Get Rid of Main


Hello Everyone,


Is anyone using: http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/GetRidOfMain and can
you help with an issue I'm having with it?


I am using the section for use with Clean URLs (with PmWiki v2.21) and
everything seems to work with the exception of links to non-existing pages
in the Main/ group, i.e. [[NewPage]]. Instead of the 404 page not found
page, the link simply opens Main/HomePage. If I preface the link with
[[Main/NewPage]] for example, it opens the correct 404 page, but when you
click the link to create the NewPage, it opens Main/HomePage for editing
instead of Main/NewPage.


It looks like the cookbook in question is not maintained, but I was hoping
someone could take a look at it and post a solution.



Many Thanks,




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