[Moin-user] best way for script to update wiki page ?
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Wed Jan 7 07:53:08 EST 2009
Thomas Arthur Oehser schrieb:
> From: Thomas Waldmann <tw-public at gmx.de>
>>> I do not know about locking features, you may want to ask them in the
>>> IRC / MoinMoinChat.
>> There is no locking. It is the same as when multiple people edit the
>> same page via the web interface: the one who saves last will get a
>> notice about a edit conflict and will have to solve it.
> So, the flow in my utility should be:
> 1) Detect what the latest revision is, say, 23
> 1) Read that latest revsion, (say, 23)
> 2) Process it to generate desired revision, say, 24, in /tmp
> 3) Try to mv the entry from /tmp to the data pages directory
> 4) If that fails, then someone else updated it, try again from (1)
You may want to use a xmlrpc script or the command line interface of
moin or you want to use the builtin EmailSupport as you heard from
you have that script also in your installation
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> On Wed, Jan 07, 2009 at 11:27:50AM +0100, Mail at Heavy.ch wrote:
>> Did you already checked out this page (sectionReceiving Mail)?
> I don't want moinmoin to receive mail.
> The mail will go Exim => Procmail => Bash => Java or Python.
> This process will not be under the webserver or moinmoin control.
> The Java or Python would be responsible for reading existing pages
> from the data directory, updating them based on fields parsed from
> the email, determining authentication and authorization, etc.; it
> probably would run under the same user ID that the fastcgi/suexec
> is using for moinmoin, though.
> My concern is that if someone edits FooBar on the wiki, and while
> they are messing with it on the screen, the script opens it and
> updates it, that the changes would be overwritten, or that the
> interactive edit session would fail.
> The desired behaviour is for the Java or Python to detect that
> an edit is in process, spawn a sleeper thread, and retry in a
> minute or two, until the online edit is completed.
> -Thanks, -Tom
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