[Mediawiki-l] Problem with Mediawki 1.17 and Cite
constant.depiereux at skynet.be
Sun Jul 17 08:48:17 UTC 2011
Digging further in the install process, problem was related to one of
the extension bundled in the SemanticBundle (I still have to test these
one by one).
I have temporarily removed it until further testing and solved in the
same time another problem I had with awcforum (undecoded headers)
I'll keep you posted with any further findings.
many thanks for your help.
Le 17/07/2011 8:57, Constant Depièreux a écrit :
> Dear all,
> Please ignore my last message. It work with minimal configuration. I am
> now testing the other extension one by one to determine where the
> problem is related in production site and i'll keep your informed.
> Sorry for trouble.
> Best regards.
> Constant Depièreux
> Le 17/07/2011 8:32, Constant Depièreux a écrit :
>> Dear Brion,
>> A few minutes ago, I created another subdomain, uploaded à fresh
>> download of MediaWiki 1.17 and the two latest development versions of
>> Cite and Stringfunctions then created an image of my production
>> database. After a fresh reinstall of mediawiki with a fresh
>> localsettings.php file that contains just the minimum + the call to the
>> two extensions ... and the result is that ... it does not work:
>> * Reference index still only appears in wiki coded tables, not in html
>> coded one
>> * #replace still works with html code table, but not with wiki code one
>> I do then have the choice :
>> 1. get rid of the index and keep functional the template with internet
>> addresses containing an equal sign
>> 2. keep the index and loose internet adresses with equal sign
>> None of them is acceptable both from a functional point of view as well
>> as with the potential workload associated with the revision of more than
>> 60000 definitions and a en higher number of internet références ...
>> Any ideas?
>> Best regards.
>> Constant Depièreux
>> Le 16/07/2011 19:19, Brion Vibber a écrit :
>>> 2011/7/16 Constant Depièreux<constant.depiereux at skynet.be
>>> <mailto:constant.depiereux at skynet.be>>
>>> Following a migration to Mediawiki 1.17, I experience problem with
>>> extension to manage footnote references (<ref>...</ref>
>>> ...<references/>) : the reference number does not appear in some
>>> After review of my code, it seems to be related to the coding of table
>>> using html syntax instead of wiki one.
>>> For a better understanding, see :
>>> * http://ressources-qhse.org/index.php?title=Mod%C3%A8le:UE (html
>>> indexing number does not appear)
>>> * http://ressources-qhse.org/index.php?title=Mod%C3%A8le:UE2 (wiki
>>> idexing number present)
>>> Copying both of these over to my test wikis, they both show the
>>> superscript 1 link, on both current SVN trunk and current 1.17 release
>>> Double-check that your extensions are up to date; use the version of
>>> the Cite extension in the 1.17 branch (from REL1_17 raw SVN checkout,
>>> or select 1.17 in the download from mediawiki.org
>>> <http://mediawiki.org>). It's possible that an old version of the ext
>>> might have some funkiness?
>>> Another problem is with #replace, that I did not succeed to get at
>>> using wiki coded table. Could any of you help on any of these issues?
>>> This also seems to work for me with both 1.17 and trunk, using the
>>> matching current versions of StringFunctions.
>>> -- brion
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