Output is handled through our output buffering class; see
OutputPage.php. Within an extension, one can use the global $wgOut,
then call functions to add HTML and wikitext to the output page.
Writing to the debug log can be done with wfDebug().
On 30/01/06, Hugh Prior <mediawiki(a)localpin.com> wrote:
I downloaded and installed Mediawiki 1.5.5 a few days
ago, and have been
having a look. I have pretty good experience in PHP, but it's my first look
One of the biggest things I have noticed is:
a) echo, doesn't
b) if I try and create my own "test_wiki.php" file calling wiki
functions/methods, I get I think errors but all that is displayed on the
screen is a complete blank
I suppose these things are basically the same thing. Is "echo" disabled?
Is there some other global setting I haven't seen which is stopping output
to the screen? Is there some magic constant that I have to set to get debug
output (I have found $wgDebugLogFile, $wgDebugRedirects, $wgDebugRawPage,
$wgDebugComments, $wgReadOnly, $wgLogQueries, $wgDebugDumpSql but they don't
seem to help much).
Thanks for any help.
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