s.vanslyck at spamcop.net
Thu Mar 14 00:53:06 UTC 2013
In eether case, the INSTALL instructions in the distributions should be
clear about options (not suggesting to use "wiki" if a major option
under the manual suggests the use of "w")* and should not be in conflict
with the online manual.
Is there someone on-list with the necessary magic powers to fix it?
*I tried to update the manual to deal with the "wiki" option and my
suggested fix, along with a number of typo fixes, was rejected out of hand.
On 1/29/2013 06.06, Alexis Moinet wrote:
> I think the short answer is: "only if you intend to use short/pretty URLs".
> Besides in the case of short URLs it can be any values as long as $wgScriptPath and $wgArticlePath are different. "w" and "wiki" are just the default values used by wikimedia and in all the examples (call them "recommended values" if you will)
> If you don't use short URLs/rewrite rules, I think you don't have to set $wgArticlePath (I even believe that you shouldn't but I might be dead wrong) and that it defaults to $wgScriptPath or something derived from on $wgScriptPath
> I may be wrong though. Anyone ?
> On 27/01/13 19:51, Steve VanSlyck wrote:
>> But isn't the recommend method to use /w/ as Wikepedia does so that the scriptpath and articlepath don't point to the same directory?
>> On 1/27/2013 13.49, John wrote:
>>> wiki is just a suggestion, you could call it purplepeopleeater and it
>>> wouldnt make a difference /wiki/ is just short simple and to the point
>>> where /w/ can be too short
>>> On Sun, Jan 27, 2013 at 1:39 PM, Steve VanSlyck <s.vanslyck at spamcop.net> wrote:
>>>> The file "INSTALL" says, "Decompress the MediaWiki installation archive
>>>> either on your server, or on your local machine and upload the directory
>>>> tree. Rename it from "mediawiki-1.x.x" to something nice, like "wiki," since
>>>> it'll be in your URL."
>>>> Shouldn't that be "w" instead of "wiki"?
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