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AutoSectionsPluginDev Discussion: Page for developer collaboration, enhancement requests, patches and improved versions on AutoSectionsPlugin contributed by the TWikiCommunity.
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AutoSectionsPlugin Feedback and Development

-- Mahiro Ando - 2013-05-05

Thank you very much Mahiro-san and Morgan Stanley for contributing this plugin!

I added the form. Could you please check and fix the form values?

I also created supporting topics AutoSectionsPluginDev, AutoSectionsPluginAppraisal, Support.AutoSectionsPlugin.

-- Peter Thoeny - 2013-05-06

Thank you Peter for settnig up all the topics! All the form values look good to me. It's also good for me to learn some of the related plugins that I wasn't aware of.

-- Mahiro Ando - 2013-05-15

Discussed at JerusalemReleaseMeeting2013x05x16:

  • Recommendation for per web / page setting:
    • Set AUTOSECTIONS = on -- turn on sectional edit
    • Set AUTOSECTIONS = hover -- turn on, with edit visible on hover
    • Set AUTOSECTIONS = off -- turn off sectional edit

  • It would be nice to have WYSIWYG editor support, based on EDITMETHOD setting

-- Peter Thoeny - 2013-05-17

Sure, the setting with hover has already been implemented in SVN trunk.

WYSIWYG editor would be nice. I just need to clear up some minor issues with raw editor as the simplest case, so it works in a more stable way. Then I can work on supporting WYSIWYG.

-- Mahiro Ando - 2013-06-06

Thanks and nice extension. Just to report that this stop working with the recently updated JQuery plugin.

-- Michael Severo - 2013-08-25

Thanks for reporting the issue. It was due to an incompatibility between jQuery 1.5 & 1.10. The latest version of this plugin in SVN has fixed the issue and should work with both of the jQuery versions.

-- Mahiro Ando - 2013-08-27

Hi,

I have just made a clean install of TWiki 6.0, installed two small plugins (AutolinkDDTSPlugin and BugzillaLinkPlugin) successfully. I am not able to get AutoSectionsPlugin to work - the links to edit the sections just don't appear.

It's correctly enabled in configure, and there are no errors in the warning or log files. I have tried adding * Set AUTOSECTIONS = on in the topic and also specifying this on the URL with ?AutoSections=on

Could you give a hint as to where to look next to debug this? Thanks a lot,

Steve.

Bumping this after a few days without a reply. Not looking for anyone to fix my issue - just looking for help to debug, as there are no error or warnings that I can see. Thanks in anticipation.

-- Steve Jones - 2014-09-11

Steve, I did a test install on TWiki.org. Indeed, it does not work. Turns out that there is an undocumented dependency on the DateTimePlugin. I recommend to patch the AutoSectionsPlugin to use CALCULATE instead of DATETIME:

Index: lib/TWiki/Plugins/AutoSectionsPlugin.pm
===================================================================
--- lib/TWiki/Plugins/AutoSectionsPlugin.pm   (revision 27977)
+++ lib/TWiki/Plugins/AutoSectionsPlugin.pm   (working copy)
@@ -231,7 +231,7 @@
     editLabel: "$editLabelEsc",
     rawLabel: "$rawLabelEsc",
     cancelLabel: "$cancelLabelEsc",
-    topicDate: %DATETIME{date="%REVINFO{"\$iso"}%" format="\$epoch"}%
+    topicDate: %CALCULATE{\$TIME(%REVINFO{"\$year-\$mo-\$day \$hour:\$min:\$sec"}% GMT)}%
 };
 </script>
 <script type="text/javascript" src="$jsPath?t=$t"></script>

-- Peter Thoeny - 2014-09-18

Hi Peter, thanks so much. Your fix worked very well. This kind of support is the reason I am moving my new company to TWiki from another wiki platform. Great job.

-- Steve Jones - 2014-09-22

You're very welcome. Consider also hiring TWiki consultants, this helps make the community stronger, and the project better.

-- Peter Thoeny - 2014-09-22

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-10

does not work for me in Twiki 6 with Firefox (on Mac OS), either with skin topmenu or skin pattern

the plugin is installed and activated (via configure)

what's wrong ?

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-10

ok, thank you Peter, I just made your suggested change above :

topicDate: \0

and it works !!!

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-10

I have installed version 30269 (2016-10-25) on 6.0.2

The plugin is enabled

$TWiki::cfg{Plugins}{AutoSectionsPlugin}{Enabled} = 1;
$TWiki::cfg{Plugins}{AutoSectionsPlugin}{Default} = 1;
$TWiki::cfg{Plugins}{AutoSectionsPlugin}{Debug} = 1;

However I do not see any edit buttons in my test topics. The debug file is not being updated.The httpd logs dont show anything Where else should I look for why this isnt working?

Thanks in advance

-- Peter Jones - 2017-04-19

Do you have AUTOSECTIONS set "on" or "hover"? The plugin is not activated without AUTOSECTIONS set.

-- Hideyo Imazu - 2017-04-20

In the test page I have AUTOSECTIONS = on . I have also tried with the ?AutoSections=on option

If I add the %EDITAUTOSECTIONS% variable I see the button. I dont see any edit options in the test page or anything in the logs though

-- Peter Jones - 2017-04-24

Possibly skin related? Test with default TopMenuSkin in case you use another one.

Also, support related questions are better asked in the Support web.

-- Peter Thoeny - 2017-05-04

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