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Thursday August 26, 2004
10:43 AM

kwiki fury part deux, community testing

[ #20580 ]

Kwiki fever!

In the last week or so I've uploaded no less than six Kwiki modules: a mod_perl Kwiki handler, user management when behind HTTP auth, inline graph support, diff support with a vertical diff visualizer, an IRC bot that notifies a channel when a Kwiki page is updated, and the ability to add little arrows after foreign links like AxKit's wiki.

My biggest complaint is that I really can't test modules. I've been meaning to write Test::Kwiki for Kwiki modules to test things like embedded file integrity and formatter modules, but most of Kwiki module testing is up to the community. I really feel like I should include "t/community.t" that asks, "Are you going to use this module? [yes/no]"

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  • Thanks so much for Kwiki-Diff! It's just what I was hoping for.

    It's installed on my site at http://benefitslink.com/wiki [benefitslink.com] (I didn't want my non-tech users to get confused about the difference between kwiki and a wiki, so I'm using wiki as the directory name).

    I tried the mod_perl module, but had some trouble. Maybe I should have replaced all the apache config settings used for the regular cgi version, in addition to adding the suggested perl handler settings?

    THANKS for these wonderful contributions. It