[pmwiki-users] FoxEdit & Category

adam overton a at plus1plus1plus.org
Wed Jun 17 02:04:13 CDT 2009

hi Peter

i actually just figured this part out (sort of) - i saw that in Fox,  
Hans made his UpdatePage() function work by limiting which functions  
it calls, by throwing the wanted function(s) into a 4th slot  
'$fnlist' - UpdatePage($pagename, $old, $new, $fnlist)
i found that throwing in something like array('SaveAttributes')  
seemed to prevent the errors.

however, once that proved errorless, i was saddened to find that  
UpdatePage & SaveAttributes are not the problem, so my quest  
continues (see the next post : )

thanks for the help!

On 16 Jun 2009, at 3:40 PM, Peter Bowers wrote:

> On Tue, Jun 16, 2009 at 4:29 PM, adam overton  
> <a at plus1plus1plus.org> wrote:
> ...
> the workaround that i thought could work but currently gives me  
> errors goes something like this - instead of having fox/foxedit  
> redirect=1 (i.e. to the same page), have it redirect to the same  
> page with ?action=updatePage where the appropriate functions are  
> called. here's my code in config.php:
> if ($action=="updatePage") {
> 	$thispage = ReadPage($pagename);
> 	//WritePage($pagename, $thispage);
> 	UpdatePage($pagename, $thispage, $thispage);
> I can't speak to the rest of it, but I know I had a bit of a go- 
> round with UpdatePage() being called in config.php (back in March,  
> but it looks like a lot of the discussion was off-list).  My  
> conclusion was that UpdatePage() requires certain variables to be  
> set before it can be called and those initializations occur after  
> config.php is called.  I "peeled a couple layers" trying to  
> manually do the initializations in config.php before calling  
> UpdatePage() and then determined I needed to pursue an alternate  
> solution...
> Quoting from http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/Functions:
> UpdatePage() cannot be called directly from config.php because  
> there are necessary initializations which occur later in  
> pmwiki.php. It is not enough to just load stdconfig.php. If you  
> want to use UpdatePage() you will need to do it within a custom  
> markup, a custom markup expression, or a custom action.
> -Peter

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