John J Lee
jjl at pobox.com
Tue Mar 20 14:19:33 EDT 2007
I'm using MoinMoin 1.5.4 .
I can't seem to figure out how to define my own Moin instance-specific
list of InterWiki monikers.
I thought I'd understood from
http://moinmaster.wikiwikiweb.de/InterWikiMap , and from the example of
http://wiki.python.org/moin/InterWikiMap , that I could just create a page
named InterWikiMap in wiki A like so (I'll just refer to it as "wiki A"
rather than using its real name, to protect the guilty):
Wiki A is a different wiki than ReportLabInternal (and both are MoinMoin
But that doesn't doesn't seem to do what I expected from the docs: when I
then create an InterWiki link to ReportLabInternal, say
wiki:ReportLabInternal:ReportLabHome, I see an interwiki-style link
display (with the little icon of two faces to the left of the link), but
the link target is always the same:
where https://admin.reportlab.com/a-wiki/ is the base URL of wiki A.
I interpret this to mean that MoinMoin is trying to tell me that it
doesn't recognise "ReportLabInternal" as a wiki moniker. But I'm not sure
what I need to do to get it recognised, if I don't want to edit the master
list on our server, or if I want the list of monikers to be
instance-specific (or if I just like the idea of maintaining the
instance's list of InterWiki monikers as a wiki page -- which I do).
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