2009/9/14 Max <virtual.maxime(a)gmail.com>om>:
Hello everyone !
I wrote some python scripts outputting images (svg format - I'm using
My mediawiki is running on a closed intranet at this url :
I can show my image at this url : http://wiki/cgi-bin/my_script.py
So, I wonder how to show this image on a page of the wiki (assuming
that I'm a random registered user of the site, that I'm editing some
page and that I know the name of the script).
Obviously I can't upload the image -> [[Image:my_script.py]] won't
work (as far as I know)
Using an external link works : [http://wiki/cgi-bin/my_script.py
I don't like to use an hard-coded url as the website url is subject to
That can be solved by setting up support for inter-wiki links. You
define a new interwiki name (like 'genimg') and add the appropriate
URL and parameter setting (http://wiki/cgi-bin/$1
) to the interwiki
table. Links can then be entered like [[genimg:my_script.py]].
(little question : I'm just seeing the link and
not the image, does
someone remember the option to set in order to see externally linked
Not sure, but maybe this can then be achieved by enabling inter-wiki
Finally, Is there any other smarter way to do this ?
Probably, but then the real experts need to answer you ;-)
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