On Fri, Mar 29, 2002 at 11:46:24AM -0800, Kevin Won wrote:
> I'm writing a knowledgebase (basically a content management system) application 
>where people are adding text via web forms then viewing this data on the web. 
>standard bread-and-butter kind of stuff.
> of course people want to put in their hyperlinks in the page w/o having to do any 
>sort of html coding. I'm having a hard time getting my regular expression to work 
>correctly to match for anything that starts with http:// and ends with a space 
>character, extracting this as a $string, then formatting the hyperlink as <a 
>href="$string">$string</a> on the knowledgebase viewing scripts.
> The one I've written matches and replaces only the first instance of http://  in the 
>string. (which solves problems as long as there is only one hyperlink in the page ;-)

Have you considered just using a wiki?

E.g. www.usemod.com, or http://phpwiki.sourceforge.net/

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