This all works through a combination of additional markup created by DokuWikiFCK and a set of syntax plugins. DokuWikiFCK transposes FCK's html into this new markup and the plugin (called 'styles') turns that markup back into HTML, when the page is displayed.
DokuWikiFCK can be found at: http://www.mturner.org/development/DokuWikiFCK.tar.gzI've also created a demo DokuWiki which demonstrates the results of using the FCK editor with the new features:
http://www.mturner.org/development/doku.php?id=start If you missed Pierre's post on fckw, you can go to his web site at:https://fosswiki.liip.ch/display/FCKW/Home
It tells you about fckw and how to install it.There is a README in the DokuWikiFCK package with instructions for installing it.
I'll be glad to answer any questions, if I can, and to look at adding additional features and to correct any problems.
Happy New Year, Myron Myron Turner wrote:
Gijs van Gemert wrote:I found problem number 2 when switching from FCKW to the native DokuWiki editing mode. I assume it's an fck problem--it doesn't understand how DokuWiki handles images, i.e. through a script. I' also found that I couldn't attach an onsubmit handler to the form which responds to the FCKW buttons. I add the following code to helper.php:Two problems here: 1. Trying an upload from linux /firefox results in downloadingan "upload.asp" file. For uploading I have to use the standard editor.2. The second time I edit the page the image is not found, there only is a link to a non-existing url.Alpha-status of the plugin, I know. But maybe it is useful for your developing work to know these practical issues.Gijs van Gemert-- DokuWiki mailing list - more info at http://wiki.splitbrain.org/wiki:mailinglist
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