Chris Smith schrieb:
Personally, I would hook into the ACTION_ACT_PREPROCESS or ACTION_ACT_UNKNOWN events.
Yes, so did I - thanks.
I guess the sensible thing is to check for your $_POST var inside your plugin's register() method.
Yes, I do so.
You are right so far ;). The problem (for me) is that if you aren't totally familiar with the way things go round in DW, it's hard to find your way ;). It's more a matter of the logic. Logically seen it's more clearly if you have an "action" and a "reaction" where you can "see" their relation by name ;).I guess I don't see why it needs another special event. DokuWiki form handling is all determined by the action - ie. $ACT. If you want to handle an action, process $ACT. There are several events that enable that.I mean if I register a hook on the HTML_EDITFORM_INJECTION it's somehow clear, that I want to deal with some extra form values. So in my opinion there should be an easy way to get the form input and not such a long way round by using the DOKUWIKI_STARTED event all the time.So, no, I don't think there is a need for further alternatives to handle $_POST vars. :)And I still do ;). I mean it's getting somehow a kind of useless if you have events for every little piece on the one hand, but no corresponding onces on the other and always have to deal with the big global events like DOKUWIKI_STARTED. (I hope it's understandable what I've tried to explain - my English didn't become better - sorry).Chris
Now, after your tips and hints I got it (for this time ;)). So there is a glimmer of hope I'll get it next time all by myself. Cheers Gunther -- DokuWiki mailing list - more info at http://wiki.splitbrain.org/wiki:mailinglist