Op 1 jan 2011, om 13:50 heeft Magnus Manske het volgende geschreven:
For the impatient, add
to your vector.js,
Okay, I've switched to Firefox 4 Beta on Mac and it works there.
One error I got though, when I click the WYSIWTF-tab it got stuck on
"Parsing..." modal box.
Console told me "images.query [undefined] is not an object".
API call to
returned an empty array (the Sandbox page didn't contain any images at
Another (that you already mentioned partially) is that when I went
into "WTF"-mode the image suddenly changed from MW.org's local image
to ENWP's local "File:Example.jpg".
Although I understand it doens't differentiate between local and
commons, I think we should keep wiki-independance in mind from the
ie. using wgVariables instead of 'en'.
Op 1 jan 2011, om 15:40 heeft Jan Paul Posma het volgende geschreven:
What I would like is some discussion about
* if this approach (working pseudo-WYSIWYG instead of unattainable
perfect WYSIWYG) is the way to go
* if the code I wrote would be a suitable basis for a system we can
throw at the general public
* if anyone is willing to help me with that
As always, my code is GPL, and I would be more than happy if, in the
end, it would become "official" Foundation code, with staff that
supports it. Well, I can dream...
You seem to want to do exactly the same thing as I'm doing, but in
the browser only! Maybe you're interested in looking at
Anyway, I have also looked at doing parsing in the browser, which is
quite interesting. WikiBasha also uses JS parsing, so maybe it's a
good idea to look at that too. Trevor also made a JS parser, but I
think it's not in SVN (yet).
Right now there are three or four projects in active development
(including Magnus' WYSIWTF en Sentence-level editing).
How about working together ?
Compare what the current status of the different projects is, what are
the ultimate goals, which are closest to it ?
Then import from others to it to make one awesome thing.
Personaly I also prefer the non-WYSIWYG editing style. In other words:
Showing what things are but staying in (in)direct contact