Feb 11 2008

TWiki (4.2 final) Microsoft Windows, OSX and rpm (Centos & Fedora Core i386) installers

Tag: enterprise,new,twiki,twikiapplication,wikiSven Dowideit @ 1:31 pm

logoed_installer.jpgThese Windows, OSX, Centos and Fedora Core installers are fully integrated native installers that will update your Computer with perl, apache, rcs and other tools needed to run TWiki on that platform.TWiki 4.2.0 contains many new improvements to TWiki, including a much improved Wysiwyg editor, a structured query engine, a more generic authentication system and at the same time, the Core engine is faster than the previous twiki4 releases.The TWiki installers include native installs of (only installed if not already)

  1. Apache 2.2 (Windows & rpm)
  2. Perl (ActiveState – Windows & native for rpm)
  3. Gnu Grep (Windows only)
  4. Gnu rcs (All platforms)
  5. TWiki 4.2.0 Release.

Please download it, try it out and report your impressions, ideas, bugs and successes here, on TWiki.org, or in the TWiki Bugs system.

Another TWiki innovation brought to you by distributedINFORMATION & WikiRing.com

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Nov 30 2007

TWiki (4.2 rc1) Microsoft Windows, OSX and rpm (Centos & Fedora Core i386) installers

Tag: enterprise,new,twikiSven Dowideit @ 10:21 pm

logoed_installer.jpg

These Windows, OSX, Centos and Fedora Core installers are fully integrated native installers that will update your Computer with perl, apache, rcs and other tools needed to run TWiki on that platform.

TWiki 4.2.0 contains many new improvements to TWiki, including a much improved Wysiwyg editor, a structured query engine, a more generic authentication system and at the same time, the Core engine is faster than the previous twiki4 releases.

The TWiki installers include native installs of (only installed if not already)

  1. Apache 2.2 (Windows & rpm)
  2. Perl (ActiveState – Windows & native for rpm)
  3. Gnu Grep (Windows only)
  4. Gnu rcs (All platforms)
  5. TWiki 4.2.0 Release Candidate 1.

Please download it, try it out and report your impressions, ideas, bugs and successes here, on TWiki.org, or in the TWiki Bugs system.

Another TWiki innovation brought to you by distributedINFORMATION & WikiRing.com

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Oct 06 2007

TWiki (4.2 beta) now has MS Windows, OSX and rpm (Centos & Fedora Core i386) installers

Tag: new,twiki,wikiSven Dowideit @ 4:10 am

logoed_installer.jpg

These Windows, OSX, Centos and Fedora Core installers are fully integrated native installers that will update your Computer with perl, apache, rcs and other tools needed to run TWiki on that platform.

The TWiki installers include native installs of (only installed if not already)

  1. Apache 2.2 (Windows & rpm)
  2. Perl (ActiveState – Windows & native for rpm)
  3. Gnu Grep (Windows only)
  4. Gnu rcs (All platforms)
  5. TWiki 4.2.0 beta 2.

Please download it, try it out and report your impressions, ideas, bugs and successes here, on TWiki.org, or in the TWiki Bugs system.

Another TWiki innovation brought to you by distributedINFORMATION & WikiRing.com

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May 11 2007

OpenID support for TWiki coming soon.

Tag: twikiSven Dowideit @ 3:44 am

 

Sven Dowideit’s working on re-architecting TWiki’s authentication and session system to enable better support for external user management – for the upcoming TWiki 4.2.0 release in June, we should see OpenID support – at least for login, and registration – and later, TWiki will be able to be an OpenID providor too..

To make the June – July release, we’re expecting to re-release the Jan-Rain CPAN Consumer – to fix bugs, and make taint safe, and then depending on demand and support, to either maintain that library as the premier perl OpenID library, or when the SXIP library becomes a reality, to port to that.

I guess our thunder has been stolen by Sun’s rather big announcement – http://blogs.sun.com/superpat/entry/openid_at_sun … but it does make the work more important, as Sun use TWiki for things like http://wiki.java.net

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Mar 09 2007

Adding Web 2.0 interface JavaScript to TWiki

Tag: javascript,wikiSven Dowideit @ 3:40 am

While updating the YahooUserInterfaceContrib in TWiki to the just releases 2.2 version, I started to work with the BETA DataTable module.

Firstly, I’ve had to fix TWiki to put the headers and footers into the correct thead and tfoot HTML sections, and then there are the ‘tiny buglets’ :)

  1. sometimes the yui component initialises with only part of the html table
  2. yui hides all rows in the thead and tfoot section (so you loose the spreadsheet calculations we do in TWiki)
  3. you have to hand define the table header elements at the moment, rather than having an option to ‘autodetect’ their names, and possible sorty-ness

But it _is_ a nice begining. I’ll be doing further work on it in TWiki (especially in the BugsContrib, and its derived task manager), and i’m planning on replacing the Catalyst DBIx paging with the dataTable Paging in mySpending.

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