SwiftlyTilting: usability, reusability

Monday, September 7, 2009

SwiftlyTilting Wiki (re)Launches!

The wiki at SwiftlyTilting.com has received a face lift. I’ve also added documentation for all of my MediaWiki extensions, and there is a new sandbox area for users to try out Winter and my other extensions as well.


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I have been able to compile win32std.dll for PHP 5.3 (it works!) and would like either some pointers on how I would go about recompiling your app to support php 5.3 compiling.

Either leave a comment here outlining how I would go about recompiling phc-win or I send me a message on my contact form: http://ramblingwood.com/contact-me


Comment by Alec — Friday, October 30, 2009 @ 2:14 pm

Thank you for your work! Winter is a good feature to wikis !
i would like to know if there is a zoo of examples? it would be very usefull !

i’m actually stuck on the following problems :

* i want to make a template (using winter) that transclude pages whose name is generated by winter code. let’s name it Sandbox2_table
when i do not add quotes, i get the wiki text representing the transclusion call (ie {{:mygenetatedTransclude3}}) and not the contents of mygenetatedTransclude
can i do it without the quotes?

* to work around the precedent problem, i use the following quote :

{{#include |Template:Sandbox2_table}}

but in this case i cannot add a parameter to my Template Template:Sandbox2_table.
what should i do?

#include is a new function, and i think it would be useful to add parameters to it.

thank you for your support and your work !!

Comment by toto — Thursday, September 2, 2010 @ 4:43 am

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