I was looking around XWiki, and there does not seem to be a Class Page for
Class Documents for a whole bunch of other xwiki classes. This kinda breaks
the paradigm, doesn't it? It should at least be some kind of
I think it will be better if I could translate the UI modules separately from
each other, instead of putting all key-value pairs at one place with global
scope. e.g. having one transation page for drawer and other page for say,
menu will be good.
it could allow me to have for example:
Take a look at the refreshed python_macro page:
It should be of some help.
On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 9:01 AM, Sebastian Schafer
> Thank you both for the help. I'll try to play with copying
i am translating xwiki interface (e.g. login, register, page information,
etc) of my website (www.wikinote.org) into marathi.
i am doing this as: XWiki.Translations > Bundle in admin >>> etc. it works.
it also translates the page content into marathi which is not always
Thanks Silvia, Ludovic and Vincent. I did exactly what Silvia suggested here
and created the Twitter widget and used it in an HTML macro. Working great.
I'm just playing with some of the surrounding html code to see if I can make it
a prettier display.
> On 26 May 2016, at 18:05, Silvia Macovei wrote:
> I've made a quick update to the Getting Started page, so it reflects the
> new UI: http://enterprise.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/GettingStarted/
> Thanks for pointing this out!
Thank you both for the help. I'll try to play with copying packages in the
local directory and see whether Jython picks it up, there might be other
restrictions. If I find anything useful, I'll update the doc site.
Thanks for the tip! I was in the middle of embedding Ace Editor in a page.
work on integrating Rest calls, so that Ace can save the scripts back to the
Isn't there a way of overriding the Object Editor, so that
I'm afraid that makes no difference.
Would it be worth deleting and recreating a new skin?
I have noticed that the "home" icon as well as other icons in the applications
panel have changed from the font-awesome type to colourful type icons. But I
still don't have the logo or any of the
> On 26 May 2016, at 15:08, Mahomed Hussein wrote:
> Hi Thomas
> Thanks for responding.
> The skin is called "CDCSkin". Which is sometimes shown as "Main.CDCSkin".
> The URL for it is:
> The title of
Thanks for responding.
The skin is called "CDCSkin". Which is sometimes shown as "Main.CDCSkin".
The URL for it is:
The title of the page is simply "Skin" and the breadcrumbs shows "Home > Skin"
I have tried the following URLS and
The only thing that changed I can think of is that there is a default
base skin now in xwiki.cfg. Skin that were not indicated any parent
skin used to inherit directly from /templates/, maybe that's you
On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 2:41 PM, Thomas Mortagne
?skin= should always work. What and where is your skin exactly ?
On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 2:30 PM, Mahomed Hussein
> It seems that 8.1 is ignoring my custom skin. I can tell because it isn’t
> loading the skin or any of the overriding .vm files.
> Even if
It seems that 8.1 is ignoring my custom skin. I can tell because it isn’t
loading the skin or any of the overriding .vm files.
Even if I use the “Test this Skin” link which specifically specifies the
?skin=CDCSkin, it doesn’t make any difference.
I have looked through:
On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 3:00 PM, Mark Sack
> You're right - I was missing the wiki name. But, for some reason, I still
> can't get the queries to work. Here is what I've found so far.
> There is only one wiki - confirmed by the following REST call:
On Wed, May 25, 2016 at 8:05 PM, dullfig wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone else has done this. My application is starting to
> separate space (maybe call it js) where there is nothing but
I’ve been using Twitter Widgets + the XWiki HTML macro to display Twitter
feeds on a wiki page. To create the widget you can follow the instructions
on https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170071# and then copy/ paste the
code into the HTML macro.
Hope this helps,
On Wed, May 25,
And same comment as Vincent, if you find a nice trick please don't
hesitate to share it on
On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 9:29 AM, Thomas Mortagne
> If you want to see the embedded modules, they are all
If you want to see the embedded modules, they are all located in the
jython-standalone jar (you can open it as a zip) file in /Lib folder.
On Thu, May 26, 2016 at 9:27 AM, Thomas Mortagne
> Actually Vincent is talking about the ruby macro.
> The python macro
Actually Vincent is talking about the ruby macro.
The python macro implementation is Jython (through JSR223) that you
can find on http://jython.org/.
Some ideas: It might be enough to just put the egg file of the module
you need directly in WEB-INF/lib since Jython is scanning the
Not sure.. I think there might be changes to the api now.. best would be to
transform the HTML widgets into macros with parameters.
I don't have much time though
Le 26 mai 2016 08:42, "Vincent Massol" a écrit :
> > On 26 May 2016, at 08:40, Vincent Massol
> On 26 May 2016, at 08:40, Vincent Massol wrote:
> I’d suggest you either remove the extension or update its doc page to have a
> big warning explaining that it’s not working anymore.
… and suggest alternatives :)
AFAIR I have used twitter4j successfully in the past. I
I’d suggest you either remove the extension or update its doc page to have a
big warning explaining that it’s not working anymore.
> On 26 May 2016, at 08:38, Ludovic Dubost wrote:
> I believe it's because Twitter's APIs are not working anymore or
I believe it's because Twitter's APIs are not working anymore or have
This is probably an easier solution using the XWiki HTML macro
Le 25 mai 2016 18:42, "Paul Pinkerton (ACLCO)" a écrit :
> Trying to get this macro
> On 26 May 2016, at 02:17, Sebastian Schafer wrote:
> I'm trying to import some packages into the Python macro on Xwiki 7.2, and
> while standard packages import fine (working with os and re, etc.), some
> (like xlrd) don't.
> Looking through the
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