Messages to me
Preferably in English in order to let all people benefit from it.
* Hallo - your "Contact" page above is broken! to email or contact you? re the paid support link ... Cheers, June 2012
Hallo Alexander! I would like to know when you will release MMDE 1.6 (or maybe directly 1.6.1)? I would like to use it together with the Action Planner plugin. Vielen Dank - mkrause1<<AT>>gmail.com
MMDE has been partly integrated into the normal release. Nevertheless there is the issue of a missing migration path currently because the upgrade requires the execution of the migration scripts. After I have figured that out, there will be a release. Until then, you can download the normal MoinMoin release, migrate the data manually and update the codebase. -- AlexanderSchremmer 2008-02-04 17:08:55
Thanks for the info! Unfortuanetly I'm not so familar with Python to compile my own pylib file with MM 1.6.1 and the needed libraries. So I think I have to wait till offical release. - mkrause1<<AT>>gmail.com
Hi there is not much to do. You can use for example Movable Python. You have only to call moin.py from the toplevel dir or the migration script.
Hi Alexander! Just came up with this since I have just answered a question on http://wikimatrix.org, where some person wanted to run his personal wiki completely from an usb stick. That's no problem with the exe-standalone for win users I told him. How about linux and mac os? Is there a way to run the MMDE python versions also from a thumbdrive, i.e. can I run Python from a thumbdrive?? Just found this, but cannot judge it: http://mail.python.org/pipermail/python-list/2004-June/265202.html). Maybe you can.. -- OliverSiemoneit 2007-05-21 17:32:32
- Thats very easy - just copy the .tgz distribution of MMDE to the stick (maybe even to the same directory as the .exe distribution - but do not destroy your old wiki subdirectory). Then you should be able to launch MMDE using the system's python. Neither it is sensible to provide binaries here nor is it feasible - the binary ABI of such systems do not have a single common stable base like the windows world (and linux and Mac OS X usually have a python installed).
Alexander: I'm happy to see that Hierarchical ACL will soon be available as a standard feature. Am I correct in understanding that you added the final implementation? You may have noticed my comments on the page HierarchicalAccessControlList... since then I found MoinMoinPatch/HierarchicalACL, and the code in that patch looks like a correct, MoinMoin-consistent implementation. Will the released feature work like that patch?
I also noticed that both the code comments and the documentation on MoinMaster are incomplete / incorrect (based on the patch code). I'd like to spruce up the documentation, but need to check if I have it right before editing MoinMaster. Could you look this over and let me know? Thanks! -- SteveDavison 2007-07-15 06:24:25
Page A/B/C/D is processed as follows:
Yes, I have been notified by Reimar that I should answer on that page and it is on my todo list. I mainly applied the patch on the wiki page and rewrote only minor parts (I think I found some minor bugs). Yes, your description above looks correct, maybe I got it wrong while writing the documentation -- 126.96.36.199 2007-07-15 09:16:45
Sounds like you are pretty busy, so no need to repsond to my original post (my questions are answered now). I'll go ahead and update the help pages and edit my original comments to reflect the end result. I'll also file a feature request for the for the #subacl concept. Haven't taken the time yet to learn how to access the code, so I won't do anything to review the current code comments for now. Thanks for your reply! -- SteveDavison 2007-07-15 17:37:11