Documentation wiki (7)

1 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2004-10-09 19:31 ID:cJ2kHYng [Del]

I was thinking of putting together a wiki system for adding some sort of documentation for the scripts. Good idea, or not?

I was looking at, which is kind of nice and a bit different from most wikis. No maze of endless subpages, for one. I'd have to write some sort of storage backend, but that should be fairly easy. And new CSS, I guess.

2 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2004-10-09 19:57 ID:cJ2kHYng [Del]

That is, of course,

I thought I had fixed the URL parser to not pick up commas, dammit. Also, 100webspace is acting slightly strange today.

3 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2004-10-11 00:44 ID:TvkDazWg [Del]

I've implemented a minimalist back-end for TiddlyWiki now, and I am experimentally running it on Feel free to check it out, and contribute. Keep it at least marginally sane, though.

4 Name: !WAHa.06x36 2004-10-11 20:15 ID:YHgbkvTA [Del]

I started adding some information to the documentation. I'd like to request some help from some of our more experienced users with the UserGuide section, though.

5 Name: !WAHa.06x36 : 2005-11-18 17:50 ID:YZRQKN9t [Del]

Well, I just reverted the doc wiki back to an old version, and copied over whatever edits seemed useful. Due to the fact that the ratio of useful edits to shitty edits was miniscule, I decided it is less work for me to disable open editing on it.

So for now, you'll need to be a tripfag to edit it, and you'll have to ask me to add you to the list of people allowed to edit it. This is horribly annoying, but without a quick interface to revert idiot edits, it's much less work.

6 Name: Anonymous : 2005-11-24 10:55 ID:Heaven [Del]


Please rethink the URL grabber picking up commas thing. Some news sites, especially tech news sites like and, use commas embedded in the URL.

A good compromise would be to see what character follows the comma: anything above ASCII code 32 (0x20, space), the comma is part of the URL and parsing should not stop; and anything code 32 or lower (including CR and newline), the comma is punctuation outside the URL.

7 Name: Anonymous : 2008-08-23 19:53 ID:spqQjUWB [Del]

hey. i'm trying to integrate the modified tw wakaba documentation with my homepage as an experimental "journal". to do this i've inserted an absolute positioned navigation on the left side of the wiki within an increased left-margin of the body. but to accomodate the style of my homepage i wanted to change the styles up a bit: move the mainmenu over the sidebar on the right. however i couldn't think of how to achieve this with css alone--i could have changed the absolute position of the mainmenu to where the sidebar was and then moved the absolute position of the sidebar down, but that would only work if the mainmenu had a static height. so i stuffed both the divs into another div (#rightSide) which i gave an absolute position to on the right. the style looked perfect, but when i modified the wiki (deleted a tiddler) the style screwed up. actually it was one specific tiddler: WellFormedXHTML, which is the last tiddler in div#tiddlers. if i delete this tiddler, when the html is modified, it also removes my rightSide div and the menu.

i also tried moving that rightSide div with the menu and sidebar above the div#tiddlers. but then can't parse it. is it or the wiki's javascript that does'nt like the added div?

any good samaritan out there have an idea how i can move MainMenu above the sidebar without the whole wiki screwing up? (you can see the changes here: maybe there is a way to do this with just css? (sorry if this a bad place to ask?)

man i wish i knew perl & javascript.

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