[Lispweb] CLiki fixes
fare at tunes.org
Wed May 19 17:17:23 CDT 2004
On Wed, May 19, 2004 at 08:56:43PM +0200, rm at fabula.de wrote:
> [...] i just installed a new Cliki from scratch
> (i.e. pristine sbcl-mt and with araneida (0.84) and cliki (0.4.3)).
> Now, i can't create new files. [...]
Now is a good time to announce that http://cliki.tunes.org, aka CTO,
which is based on the latest cliki and araneida from cvs.telent.net,
has fixed several issues with these software.
Improvements in decreasing degrees of importance:
1- indexing of backlinks and topic contents now works correctly
(hasn't worked for a long time, if it ever worked correctly)
2- _(label|link) and _(label|http://url) style of links,
(it's now well supported including for indexing of backlinks)
3- can view source for older revisions by clicking
(makes it easier to salvage old data from e.g. vandalism)
4- better consistency checking at initialization time
(only for administrators who edit titles files or have truly old clikis)
5- Cleanups and packaging for developers, so you can embrace and extend CTO
(instead of a klugy fork from old versions of araneida and cliki)
Note however that I was still experiencing some server instabilities
due to failed HTTP transactions of some kinds with possibly bad clients.
I moved CTO behind an apache reverse proxy, as does dan_b himself,
which means that we can hopefully experience more stability
without having to fix deeper bugs in araneida or cliki.
Explanations given in 01INSTALL; dig CVS for the old setup if needed.
If you're going to install a CLiki, I do recommend that you use CTO as a basis.
I use an experimental server based on CTO to test stuff at work.
Explanations for downloading CTO are given at the bottom of
PS: all the cliki modifications proper are nicely gathered in file
cliki-patch.lisp with detailed explanations.
That ought to make it easier for dan to understand the patch and merge it back.
It can also make it easier for you to have a glance into cliki,
and to embrace and extend it.
Happy happy hacking.
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