On Wed, Dec 4,
2013 at 12:55 PM, <yan(a)seiner.com> wrote:
"No such extension"....
I take it I can copy and paste the files off the web page?
Also, how difficult would it be to extend it to allow multiple commands
have 8 commands I need to run right now; that's going to run up to 9
shortly. I can set up 9 special pages by changing the names but that
seems like overkill v. just passing an argument to select the command.)
Yeah, you can copy and paste the files. I thought that kind of more
complicated stuff was what MaintenanceShell was designed to do? In what
was MaintenanceShell too broad?
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Maybe I'm missing something about the maintenance shell. I don't want my
users to see any of the "bones"; I just want them to click on a link and
have things done.
I thought maintenance shell gives you a terminal type environment you then
can work in with specific commands?
We're using the wiki to create manuals, and I want my editors to be able
to click a link and create a release version that automatically gets
copied to a download directory. The release version is date stamped and
the script creates a link to the current version of the manual. I don't
want to give them access to the server or have them have to do anything
I'll look at maintenance shell again, too, while I'm working on this.
How about just making a special page, and when you click specific links
or buttons on it it'll kick off some calls to wfShellExec() or what have