I'm rewriting some of our tag extensions to be more up to date in coding practice. In the docs for $wgTitle, it suggests using $parser->getTitle() to replace $wgTitle in tag extensions. What's the difference between that and using $frame->getTitle()?
I'm trying to understand what I should be using $frame for.
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Texas A&M Univ.
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I'm currently building a social community with phpFox (SocialEngine is also
under consideration). I would like to integrate MediaWiki with my
community. Is this possible?
If not, I guess I'm gonna have two different sites and I've got a couple of
questions about that too.
1. Is it possible for the members of my community to use the MediaWiki
page without to register again?
2. Is it possible articles and updates from the MediaWiki page to be
shown on the members' "wall" and/or activity feed?
Thank you in advance!
Is there a 64 bit version of Mediawiki? I'm trying to install it using php5.5-x64, oracle 10gR2 (instantclient x64-11.2) and apache 2.4.4-win 64 but am getting errors when mediawiki tries to connect to DB.
I'm not getting much info on the error beside:
Faulting application name: httpd.exe, version: 188.8.131.52, time stamp: 0x5127dda0
Faulting module name: OraOCIEI11.dll, version: 184.108.40.206, time stamp: 0x4eb21384
Exception code: 0xc0000005
It feels like mediawiki is trying to access a 32bit version of the OraOCIEI11.dll... So has Mediawiki been compiled with 64 bits before?
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The users at my site keep forgetting their MediaWiki passwords often
enough that I wonder: might it be possible to configure MediaWiki (not
Apache) to authenticate them using Kerberos instead?
I've noticed Wikia has a nice WYSIWYG editor (FCKEditor, but its no longer
Any recommendations for the best Mediawiki WYSIWYG editor that works in
Chrome and Firefox? (and possibly IE too but not required as the market
share is only 13% and falling)
I see "Visual editor" is in use by Wikipedia but its in alpha and not yet
I guess I should wait for this editor. Any other editors which are better