[pmwiki-users] New features to be enabled in the PmWiki core
nzskiwi at gmail.com
Sat Aug 31 12:53:07 PDT 2019
I think this is fantastic, and reduces the load on webmasters having to
I'm a strong supporter of enhancing the Core,
see Core Candidates <https://pmwiki.org/wiki/Category/CoreCandidate>.
PS of those recipes you list I'd very much like to see DDMU, Attachtable
(the entire kahuna), LocalTimes, PageListMultiTargets
Additionally I use, and would like to see considered for the core
- Cookbook:Wiki footer <https://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/WikiFooter> Website
- Cookbook:Toggle <https://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/Toggle> Adds links
or buttons for toggling (hiding/showing) div sections and objects
- Cookbook:Rowspan in simple tables
<https://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/RowspanInSimpleTables> Markup to add a
rowspan attribute on a simple table
- Cookbook:New page box plus
<https://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/NewPageBoxPlus> Adds customisable box
plus button form for page creation
<https://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/DeltaBytesRecentChanges> Display the
number of bytes (characters) added or deleted to a page in RecentChanges.
- Cookbook:Attach links <https://pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/AttachLinks>
Get Attach: <https://pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/Uploads> links to display by
default without the "Attach:" prefix
On Fri, 30 Aug 2019 at 08:00, Petko Yotov <5ko at 5ko.fr> wrote:
> This is to let you know that I've added to the PmWiki core in Subversion
> a number of features from my own recipes/addons that are somewhat
> popular and that I see myself installing on every new wiki I create.
> Because many of you already use these or similar addons, the newly added
> features will be disabled but it will be very easy to enable them from
> Here is the list:
> Editing a wiki:
> * PreviewChanges - this has been enabled on PmWiki.org for years, shows
> a highlighted diff in Preview mode (already added in 2.2.118).
> * NotSavedWarning - signal to editors when they are moving away from the
> edit form and risk losing their changes (the Author/Summary prompts from
> the recipe are not included in the core, because now it is easy to add
> "required" attributes to the edit form fields).
> * A sub-feature from NotSavedWarning scrolling to the same position when
> pressing either Preview or Save&Edit (enabled by default).
> * EditHelp - predictive insertion of markup like list bullets (I use
> this a lot, especially on a mobile device).
> Reading a wiki:
> * DeObMail - obfuscating e-mail links for spam bots.
> * PmTOC - a really basic "table of contents +/- numbered headers",
> currently a simpler subset of the AutoTOC recipe will be included in the
> core, see:
> Again, these will be disabled in the default installation, but could be
> enabled as easily as adding $EnableNotSavedWarning = 1; if you decide to
> use any of them.
> Other features planned for inclusion:
> * PmEmbed, a subset of the Ape recipe (minus the OpenStreetMap part
> which is too complex to include in the core at this point). The main
> embedding function is light and simple and can be easily extended. As
> more people need to include videos or other media from external
> platforms, this recipe can do the job in a simple way.
> Other recipes (actually their feature set) under consideration:
> * DragDropMultiUpload - upload files by dropping them into the edit
> * LocalTimes - RecentChanges enhancements.
> * LocalCSS - CSS in a wiki page.
> * A small subset of the features of Attachtable - I use a very old fork
> with just rename/delete/restore.
> * PageListMultiTargets - this allows a pagelist "link=" argument to
> accept more than one link. We should decide if "link=Page1,Page2" should
> include pages that link to *any* of the pages or to *both* pages.
> Currently it includes any of the pages, and you need to use
> "link=+Page1,+Page2" to require both pages.
> * Add a set of CSS rules for editors to be able to more easily create
> nicer-looking tables -- to the default skins -- obviously other skins
> can redefine the styles of the same classname(s), like they currently do
> for the "frame" class.
> You can follow the progress of this project at:
> Tell me what you think. What recipes/addons do you install on your wikis
> (especially if you have installed multiple wikis)?
> I am interested in features you and your editors actually use, not
> "might be nice", and that do help editors create better content with
> less effort.
> See how the above recipes once configured are mostly automatic, and
> don't add new markups that people are required to learn. And they
> considerably enhance the editing experience or the webmaster's work.
> Please comment.
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