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mantisbt:issue:8757 [2008/01/17 14:16]
foo Integrating Mantis and TWiki wiki
mantisbt:issue:8757 [2008/10/29 04:36] (current)
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-Mantis issue 8757 contains a wiki api file to handle dispatching links to a TWiki wiki instance.  Simply put the wiki_twiki_api.php file in your mantis core directory, and add the following section to your config_inc.php (with your values).  The extension should handle proper WikiWord naming of issues and projects.  Set $g_wiki_root_namespace to the name of the TWiki web you want to use.+====== Mantis TWiki Integration ======
  
 +Mantis issue [[http://www.mantisbt.org/bugs/view.php?id=8757|8757]] contains a wiki api file to handle dispatching links to a [[http://twiki.org/|TWiki]] wiki instance.  Simply put the wiki_twiki_api.php file in your mantis core directory, and add the following section to your config_inc.php (with your values).  The extension should handle proper WikiWord naming of issues and projects.  Set $g_wiki_enable to ON, $g_wiki_root_namespace to the name of the TWiki web you want to use, $g_wiki_engine to 'twiki', and make sure $g_wiki_engine_url points to the base URL of your TWiki instance, with a trailing slash (see comments below).
 +
 +<code php>
  #####################  #####################
  # Wiki Integration  # Wiki Integration
  #####################  #####################
 + #
  # Wiki Integration Enabled?  # Wiki Integration Enabled?
- $g_wiki_enable = OFF;+ $g_wiki_enable = ON;
  
  # Wiki Engine (supported engines: 'dokuwiki', 'mediawiki', 'twiki', 'xwiki')  # Wiki Engine (supported engines: 'dokuwiki', 'mediawiki', 'twiki', 'xwiki')
- $g_wiki_engine = 'dokuwiki';+ $g_wiki_engine = 'twiki';
  
  # Wiki namespace to be used as root for all pages relating to this mantis installation.  # Wiki namespace to be used as root for all pages relating to this mantis installation.
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  # For wikis on a different server, specify the complete URL  # For wikis on a different server, specify the complete URL
  # $g_wiki_engine_url = 'http://example.com/path/to/wiki/server/';  # $g_wiki_engine_url = 'http://example.com/path/to/wiki/server/';
 + #
  # Note for TWiki users: be sure to include '/bin/view/' in the url, e.g.,  # Note for TWiki users: be sure to include '/bin/view/' in the url, e.g.,
  # $g_wiki_engine_url = 'http://example.com/twiki/bin/view/';  # $g_wiki_engine_url = 'http://example.com/twiki/bin/view/';
-  + # 
- $g_wiki_engine_url = $t_protocol . '://' . $t_host . '/%wiki_engine%/';+ $g_wiki_engine_url = $t_protocol . '://' . $t_host . '/%wiki_engine%/bin/view/'; 
 +</code> 
 + 
 +So, for my installation, I created a TWiki web called "mantis", and the extension creates "Wiki" links to it for Mantis projects and issues.  Note that $g_wiki_engine_url must end with '/bin/view/', so that Mantis will properly form the links to point to the TWiki view function.  My TWiki install happens to run on a separate Apache instance (it's used by other groups for other purposes), so I needed to use a full address for my engine URL ('http://twiki.example.com/bin/view/'). 
 + 
 +Issue links look like IssueNumber$bug_id (IssueNumber123), as valid WikiWords must start with a capital letter. 
 +The extension will try a few tricks to make project names into valid WikiWords, in this order: 
 +      - Removing whitespace (My Project => MyProject). 
 +      - Uppercasing words (my project => MyProject). 
 +      - Prepending the string 'ProjectName' (XYZ => ProjectNameXYZ). 
 + 
 +That last case should only occur if your Mantis project's name is a single lowercase word, an acronym, or a number.
mantisbt/issue/8757.1200597367.txt.gz · Last modified: 2008/10/29 04:36 (external edit)