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Theres a few issues with php7 eg PREG 'e' modifier is deprecated and the
preg_replace_callback() func should be used instead.
i had a go at updating it on my local copy but there's a few problems with the fix (iz a n00b). does anyone still uses pmwiki? 2020-05-25 CIIDMike?
Yes, many people still use PmWiki. Maybe you meant to ask "does anybody still use LiveEdit" not PmWiki. You can find the e-mail of the author in the head comment of the script. --Petko May 25, 2020, at 01:47 PM
I like this idea. I have tried to used it in pmwiki table cells - it seems to generate line feeds. For example:
|[#-c1r1] test [-#]
- Do you have any ideas to get this to work in table cells?
- Would it work if the cell content was the hyper link to edit instead of an edit button - to save space?
It may sound silly, but how much time did you spent in the first version? and by the way, great recipe. CarlosAB April 05, 2010, at 04:49 PM
I installed LiveEdit2 and it works great. Is there a special reason why the version's history is not available any more after detecting, creating and saving the blocks? - Vito, 2010-10-11
I am interested in further development of LiveEdit. If there is anything I can do let me know. Thanks, jgreer, Nov. 25, 2010
I'm developing a system for correcting text pages using PmWiki and LiveEdit. Thanks a lot for your work, this would not have been possible without LiveEdit!! So, I've adapted LiveEdit a little bit (e.g. delete function for existing blocks). But it would be nice to use a better version of LiveEdit with the items you mentioned like a correct history handling and additional features like create or merge blocks. Can you say when the next version of LiveEdit will be released? Thanks a lot for your answer. Adrian, May 27, 2011
Hi Subharajit, First let me say this is an outstanding recipe. The instructions likewise are clear and screenshots show a lot of what this can do. Unfortunately I'm stuck with screenshots because I'm on a very closed environment using PHP 4.1. Your script has some PHP 5 in it, my error catches at Line 185 with the 'clone' command. I'm interested in this recipe if there is any commenting out i can do (it worked on some other recipes... i know... but it worked..). Even if some functionality is lost, that would work for me to get the recipe working. Thanks for any help you can provide, whether it works or not the recipe looks great! --donovan 7/16/2011
clone $object" with "
unserialize(serialize($object))". However, it's always a good idea to upgrade the PHP version of your server to the latest. Subhrajit August 26, 2011, at 04:54 PM
The further development of the LiveEdit recipe will depend on how popular it becomes. If you find this recipe useful and want to request new features and further developments, please add yourself as an user? and make your requests in the LiveEdit-Talk page. A few items in my mind that I would like to work on:
- Javascrip-based GUI-like feature to split existing blocks, create new blocks and delete blocks.
- Instead of using markups to indicate LiveEdit blocks, use a separate page attribute to store information about the LiveEdit blocks.
- The '*_inline' styles need some development.
Go back to the LiveEdit page