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Feedback on ImageGalleryPlugin

Current problems:

  • looping endless while interfacing newer versions of image::magick; this bug may affect other plugins too that make use of this perl module
  • usability issues; make this plugin more flexible arranging galleries; maybe a smarter image gallery application can be written using the ImagePlugin
  • caching issues with multiple galleries on the same topic; thumbnails not updated correctly

-- MichaelDaum - 16 Jun 2006

Please consider adding the use strict; pragma to this plugin. Its use is important to ensuring the quality of TWiki plugins and avoiding unpleasant surprises. See UseStrict for more.

-- MeredithLesly - 02 Jul 2006

It looks like ImageGalleryPlugin doesn't work with Topics that have underscores on them

-- JoaoChrist - 11 Jul 2006

When I update an attachment, it doesn't seem to update the preview in the gallery. The thumbnail will update when I clear my cache, but the larger preview (when you're looking through one at a time) doesn't seem to. Has anyone else encountered this?

-- CristosLianidesChin - 30 Nov 2006

To resolve my problem (30 Nov 2006), I found the "refresh=on" parameter in the ImageGalleryPlugin docs. To force an update any time attachments are loaded, I modified line 240 of /lib/TWiki/UI/Upload.pm as follows:

$session->redirect( $session->getScriptUrl( 1, 'view', $webName, $topic, 'refresh','on' ));

-- CristosLianidesChin - 04 Dec 2006

It seems that modifying Upload.pm is not enough; the image size is recalculated, but a new thumbnail is not generated. This is fast getting over my head, so I added a 'refresh image' link.

Inserted at line 379 of /lib/TWiki/Plugins/ImagegalleryPlugin/Core.pm:

  #refresh
  $result .= "<tr><td class=\"igpNavigation\">"
   . "<a href=\"$viewUrl?id=$this->{id}&filename=$filename&refresh=on#igp$this->{id}\">"
   . "refresh image"
   . "</a>" 
   . "</td></tr>";

-- CristosLianidesChin - 04 Dec 2006

Just updated this plugin for the first time in quite a while. It's greatly improved, so thanks to everyone that worked on it!

One problem, though. It seems to get confused if a filename has more than one dot in it. For example, an image file called dec05party_10.psd.jpgcopy.jpg doesn't seem to get recognized as an image so it doesn't show up in the gallery.

-- TobyCabot - 24 Dec 2006

I had a bit of a struggle to get ImageGalleryPlugin working on my Suse 10.0. all because of the interface with ImageMagick. Eventually I used ImageMagick 6.2.3 as provided with Suse 10.0 installation and I had to install the corresponding version of PerlMagick manually . To do that I downloaded the source for ImageMagick 6.2.3 and did only the PerlMagick installation. Using CPAN console won't work for me since they have 6.29 on CPAN.

-- StephaneLenclud - 07 Jan 2007

Personally, I like Imager better. It's a lot easier to install. All I need is libjpeg, libgif, and libpng. I tried installing ImageMagick on a web server running Fedora Core 2, and I got nothing but grief as ImageMagick kept looking for X11 libraries on a web server that has no monitor for X windows. Why ImageMagick needs X11 libraries is beyond me. I tried downloading Fedora Core 2 rpms, but Core 2 is no longer supported, and the one site where I luckily found Core 2 rpms has X11 libraries that are unrecognizable by ImageMagick. I would update from Core 2 to Core 6, but this is a Core 2 configured dedicated server, and I have some months left on the contract before I switch over to another servier. I got an idea. I think I'll write some code that identifies whether Imager or ImageMagick is installed and use whichever one is installed. That way I can use Imager.

-- LambertLum - 07 Jan 2007

Is it possible to change the behaviour of the thumbnails (e.g. the ones in UserListByPhotograph) so that they link to the personal user topic?

I had few tries already but nothing worked...

see LinkImageGalleryThumbnailsToTopicX

-- CarloSchulz - 08 Feb 2007

If you're running on a memory-constrained machine you might find that the thumbnailing process bails out (for me it was usually trying to write the thumbnail file) with an Insufficient memory (case 4) error. In that case you can add a line $this->{mage}->Set('memory-limit'=>8); around line 766, i.e. in the createImg function just before the image is written.

-- TobyCabot - 23 Feb 2007

Trying this with 4.1.2 gave the following error in the warn file:

Can't create file /home/httpd/twiki/pub/TWiki/ImageGalleryPlugin/_igp1/info.txt - No such file or directory
 at /home/httpd/twiki/lib/TWiki/Func.pm line 1997 

Manually creating the _igp1 dir seems to solve the problem?

-- SteffenPoulsen - 17 Apr 2007

I had nearly the same error message as Steffen after upgrading to 4.1.2. and it disappered after manually creating the _igp1 dir as well.

-- CarloSchulz - 24 Apr 2007

I found the documentation on size slightly confusing. It looked like I need to write x100px to get an image of 100px high, but in fact I need to write x100.

-- ArthurClemens - 11 Jun 2007

Using the extension installer through configure on 4.1.2, I get the following error:

Fetching http://twiki.org/p/pub/Plugins/ImageGalleryPlugin/ImageGalleryPlugin.tgz...
Warning: I can't install http://twiki.org/p/pub/Plugins/ImageGalleryPlugin/ImageGalleryPlugin.tgz because I don't recognise the download as a gzip file.
Warning: Extension may not have been packaged correctly. Trying for a .zip file instead.

Fetching http://twiki.org/p/pub/Plugins/ImageGalleryPlugin/ImageGalleryPlugin.zip...
Unpacking...
ImageGalleryPlugin _installer
...snip...
pub/TWiki/ImageGalleryPlugin/
pub/TWiki/ImageGalleryPlugin/style.css
Error: Failed to move file 'lib/TWiki/Plugins/ImageGalleryPlugin/' to /home/httpd/twiki/lib/TWiki/Plugins/ImageGalleryPlugin: Is a directory
Software error:
Installation terminated at /home/httpd/twiki/lib/TWiki/Configure/UIs/EXTEND.pm line 149.

-- ChrisPurves - 11 Jul 2007

Chris, have a look at ConfigureDoesNotRecognizePluginFiles. Maybe this solves your issue...

-- CarloSchulz - 12 Jul 2007

Bug I think ?
When using the following line in an included topic it seems to present the 
images ok but produced url's are to the included topic instead of the including 
topic which is not where the images are.
%IMAGEGALLERY{ "%INCLUDINGTOPIC%" columns="4"  thumbtitle="$comment"  }%
-- HaroldDrip - 19 Nov 2007

It would be nice if there was some sort of debugging built into this plugin. It's not working for me, getting "no images found", even though they are there, with nothing in the error log. I can go through and put in debugging statements manually, but still would be nice if it were there already.

-- MichelleHedstrom - 29 Jan 2008

If your images aren't recognized as being of type image, then you have a problems with the mime types of your installation. Please check your $TWiki::cfg{MimeTypesFileName}. Does this file exist? Can TWiki read it? Are the relevant image/... entries in there?

-- MichaelDaum - 30 Jan 2008

The file exists. Twiki can definitely read it (and just to double check, I set the permissions on the file to 777), and the relevant image/ entries are in there.

-- MichelleHedstrom - 06 Feb 2008

I got it to work. Whoever (not me!) had set up our twiki had neglected to set DataDir in the TWiki.cfg file, so it was looking for the mimetypes file in / instead of in the data directory.

-- MichelleHedstrom - 06 Feb 2008

I installed ImageGalleryPlugin on my twiki but images didn't appear (see screenshot below) when I wrote:

%IMAGEGALLERY{"Main.WebHome" columns="6" sort="name"}%
There are %NRIMAGES{"Main.WebHome"}% images at Main.

  • ImageGalleryFail.gif
  • ImageGalleryFail2.gif
Did anyone encounter this kind of situation before? It's weird that my another twiki installation works but I really don't know why! BTW, I didn't install CPAN Image:Magick in both environments. Does it really a MUST for ImageGalleryPlugin?

-- MagicYang - 01 Apr 2008

Check the url the img tags point to and make sure your web server will deliver the images from that path. You will definitely need CPAN:Image::Magick.

Btw: the new upcoming version will allow you to select Graphics::Magick as an alternative image processing backend as some versions of Image::Magick have problems in an environment running TWiki in a perl accelerator like mod_perl or speedy-cgi. Graphics::Magick - a fork of Image::Magick - does not have this problem, is faster (not perceivable, but hey) and more actively maintained.

-- MichaelDaum - 01 Apr 2008

Here is some more information of my env.:

  1. The thumb images are generated automatically in the path like: /twiki/pub/images/Main/TestTopic/1/thumb_bsid.gif
  2. When I directly use this URL in the browser, it complained: Attachment 'thumb_bsid.gif' does not exist
  3. When I click the thumb and get into single picture, the url path is like: /twiki/pub/images/Main/TestTopic/1/bsid.gif (The file is copied automatically)
  4. When I directly use this URL in the browser, it complained: Attachment 'bsid.gif' does not exist

Wired and why? BTW, when will the next version come out?

-- MagicYang - 02 Apr 2008

I got the problem! It's because that I added following setting in my twiki.conf to protect attachments in the /pub directory!

Alias /twiki/pub/ "/userap/users/teamspace/twiki/pub"
RewriteEngine on
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/+twiki/+pub/+TWiki/+.+
RewriteRule ^/+twiki/+pub/+([^/]+)/+((([^/]+)/+)+)(.+) /twiki/bin/viewfile/$1/$4?filename=$5 [L,PT]
BUT, I added the same setting to my another environment and it didn't cause any problem in finding images in /pub/images/... Still wired!!

-- MagicYang - 03 Apr 2008

I made the plugin PDF aware, since Imagemagick (with support of ghostscript) supports this format for years now. Added the patch to this topic. May I commit my change into svn?

(Sorry for the noisy diff.)

-- OliverKrueger - 12 May 2008

Hello Michael, I find that the ImageGalleryPlugin will break if the filename of the image contains a period.

That is:

  • filename = image_2008.06.11 will break
  • filename = image_2008_06_11 will be OK

-- KeithHelfrich - 11 Jun 2008

Got the error. It is in lib/TWiki/Plugins/ImageGalleryPlugin/Core.pm in the method isImage(). The regular expression parsing in the suffix should grab the shortest string after the dot in the filename:

Change this:

  my $suffix = '';
  if ($attachment->{name} =~ /\.(.+)$/) {
    $suffix = lc($1);
  }

to this:

  my $suffix = '';
  if ($attachment->{name} =~ /\.(.+?)$/) {
    $suffix = lc($1);
  }

Note the additional ? char in the regular expression. Not tested yet, but I am pretty sure this will work out. Gonna create a new release.

-- MichaelDaum - 12 Jun 2008

Hi Michael, I've replaced that code block and still get Error: no images found in a test topic when the only image attached has periods in the file name.

Could you confirm that's the fix on your end, because I don't think that is it ? Thanks!

-- KeithHelfrich - 14 Jun 2008

Hi Michael, i'm using this Plugin in a TWikiApp to work as a web file mananger. I found some bugs and i correct then:

  • When including a topic with the %IMAGEGALLERY%:
    • the album navegator is not rendered
    • all links for the original files are wrong
  • The "no images found" is not cool every time... We must be able to change the error text or disable the error, so i created the noimages parameter. The noimages receive any string to show when no images found. The default value is "no images found" and you can disable this error with the value "off".
  • SVG is important! The ImageMagick is not good enought with that, so i created the listsvg parameter to enable/disable the SVG listing.
  • To show the SVG for the user i make that to render previews in PNG.

Patch with some corrections for the Core.pm published at 13 Nov 2007.

-- AurelioAHeckert - 25 Jun 2008

Hi Michael,
Suggest to add below remark in the document:
If you use mod_rewrite to protect your attach files:

  • RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/+twiki/+pub/+TWiki/+.+
  • RewriteRule ^/+twiki/+pub/+([^/]+)/+((([^/]+)/+)+)(.+) /twiki/bin/viewfile/$1/$4?filename=$5 [L,PT]
It will convert /twiki/pub/Web/Topic to /twiki/bin/viewfile/Web/Topic?filename..., and copied images in /pub/iamges will be convert to an invalid path that cause ImageGalleryPlugin failing to find the file.

Please add another rewrite condition like:

  • RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/+twiki/+pub/+images/+.+
to exclude ImageGalleryPlugin cache files.

-- MagicYang - 30 Jun 2008

Have the dependencies changed for ImageGalleryPlugin? They state that either Image::Magick or Graphics::Magick are required. I have a working Image::Magick, but when I try to install ImageGalleryPlugin, the installer gives the error

Checking dependency on Graphics::Magick....
*** ImageGalleryPlugin depends on cpan package Graphics::Magick >=1.1.11
which is described as "Required."
But when I tried to find it I got this error:

Can't locate Graphics/Magick.pm

This module is available from the CPAN archive (http://www.cpan.org). You
can download and install it from here. The module will be installed
to wherever you configured CPAN to install to.

Apparently, Graphics::Magick is not available on CPAN. How would one go about obtaining and correctly installing it if it is now required?

-- DavidWolfe - 07 Jul 2008

David, the installer can't cope with an either this or this package dependency. So don't use the installer script and just unzip the package in your twiki directory. The latest ImageGalleryPlugin and ImagePlugin have a configurable image processing backend that can be configured to be either of these packages. Image::Magick is available on most distributions. Unfortunately, some versions of it are too buggy to be used in a mod_perl or speedy-cgi environment, getting stuck in an infinite loop. Graphics::Magick is a fork of Image::Magick which seems to be a good drop in replacement candidate, and probably a bit faster too. So please take your choice, but don't use the installer for that. Hope your get it working.

-- MichaelDaum - 07 Jul 2008

Thanks Michael. To date (even with working Image::Magick), I have not been able to get ImageGalleryPlugin to work on our TWiki--on either 4.1.2 or 4.2. Viewing any topic that contains a reference to the Plugin results in error. Our current 4.2 server on Mac OS X 10.5 does have some sort of mod_perl or equivalent running. The previous 4.1.2 did not. Could this possibly be the only reason it's not working? Could anyone point me to plain-English instructions for downloading and installing Graphics::Magick?

-- DavidWolfe - 08 Jul 2008

I am fighting with a clients Mac OSX as well to get Image::Magick up and running. Easiest is to just get an x86 and install Debian/Linux on it. That's cheaper too. Sure, OSX sometimes is a politicall decision you simply can't question. But if you can, don't use it for TWiki.

-- MichaelDaum - 08 Jul 2008

Actually, TWiki runs GREAT on OS X Server. It's faster than any TWiki site I've seen elsewhere, and very easy to manage. It's not a political decision, we simply wanted the best hardware/software for the job (which includes, btw, serving other websites, a Jabber server, Software Update server, and other things).

That said, Image::Magick IS running. At a terminal prompt it works fine. Does all the things it's supposed to do. It's just that ImageGalleryPlugin doesn't seem to recognize it. I DO need to try your advice to simply unzip the package and see if that works. On my todo list for today. I'll keep you posted.

-- DavidWolfe - 08 Jul 2008

Does the topic argument accept regular expressions, or does it have to be a comma separated list of individual topics?

-- GarySprague - 13 Aug 2008

Gary, that's a comma separated list.

David, how did you install Image::Magick on OSX. Please, let me know!

-- MichaelDaum - 14 Aug 2008

I originally installed with CPAN. This last time, I downloaded and installed a binary from the ImageMagick website.

-- DavidWolfe - 14 Aug 2008

Hi. I found out that in the thumbnail table, only the first <tr> is inserted, and there can be a extra <tr /> at the end. Most browsers don't mind, but generating incorrect html is unsatisfactory anyway. Here is a fixed version of function renderThumbnails.

-- LucHabert - 05 Feb 2009

I think the plugin has problems with nested Webs. I had moved a web - nested it - and then I got no thumbnails shown with no errors reported anywhere. Level1 web was newly made - Narberth web was moved under it. If I clicked on the attachment or the link (next to missing thumbnail) - the image displayed fine. I tried debug on the plugin but it did not help pin point the issue. I did fix (actually work around the issue) by gut instinct and luck. I found this directory newly made under pub - twiki/pub/images/Level1.Narberth - with what seems to be the thumb* files needed. Since I know twiki loves it's directory structure - on a whim I linked twiki/pub/images/Level1/Narberth back to twiki/pub/images/Level1.Narberth and magically the thumbnails displays. I did the same for 2 other nested webs and everything seems to work now.

-- GondaEnnis - 2012-01-06

Thanks Gona, this is a bug that should be fixed properly. Could you file a report at TWikibug:ImageGalleryPlugin ?

-- Peter Thoeny - 2012-01-11

I have a bug with this plugin in twiki 6.0 :

If I try to install it via do/configure then extensions..., I get this error :

<verbatim> ### ImageGalleryPlugin Installer ###

This installer must be run from the root directory of your TWiki installation. * You can abort the script at any point and re-run it later * If you answer 'no' to any questions you can always re-run the script again later ########################################################## Checking dependency on Graphics::Magick.... * ImageGalleryPlugin depends on cpan package Graphics::Magick >=1.1.11 which is described as "Required." But when I tried to find it I got this error:

Can't locate Graphics/Magick.pm

This module is available from the CPAN archive (http://www.cpan.org). You can download and install it from here. The module will be installed to wherever you configured CPAN to install to.

CPAN: Time::HiRes loaded ok (v1.9721)

Error: Installer returned errors:

mkdir /root/.cpan: Permission denied at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN/FTP.pm line 520 at /usr/share/perl5/File/Path.pm line 156 File::Path::_mkpath('HASH(0x3337960)', 'ARRAY(0x33c8208)') called at /usr/share/perl5/File/Path.pm line 133 File::Path::_mkpath('HASH(0x3337960)', 'ARRAY(0x3337948)') called at /usr/share/perl5/File/Path.pm line 133 File::Path::_mkpath('HASH(0x3337960)', 'ARRAY(0x3320238)') called at /usr/share/perl5/File/Path.pm line 114 File::Path::mkpath('/root/.cpan/sources/authors') called at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN/FTP.pm line 520 CPAN::FTP::mymkpath('CPAN::FTP', '/root/.cpan/sources/authors') called at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN/FTP.pm line 415 CPAN::FTP::localize('CPAN::FTP', 'authors/01mailrc.txt.gz', '/root/.cpan/sources/authors/01mailrc.txt.gz', 3) called at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN/Index.pm line 226 CPAN::Index::reload_x('CPAN::Index', 'authors/01mailrc.txt.gz', 'authors/01mailrc.txt.gz', undef) called at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN/Index.pm line 84 CPAN::Index::reload('CPAN::Index') called at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN.pm line 976 CPAN::exists('CPAN=HASH(0x3314a50)', 'CPAN::Module', 'Graphics::Magick') called at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN/Shell.pm line 1571 CPAN::Shell::expand_by_method('CPAN::Shell', 'CPAN::Module', 'ARRAY(0x331b160)', 'Graphics::Magick') called at /usr/local/share/perl5/CPAN/Shell.pm line 1488 CPAN::Shell::expand('CPAN::Shell', 'Module', 'Graphics::Magick') called at tools/extender.pl line 260 TWiki::Extender::satisfy('HASH(0x18a5d40)') called at tools/extender.pl line 923 TWiki::Extender::_install('ARRAY(0x33347e8)', 'ImageGalleryPlugin') called at tools/extender.pl line 1056 TWiki::Extender::install('http://twiki.org/p/pub/Plugins', 'ImageGalleryPlugin', 'ImageGalleryPlugin', 'MANIFEST', 'data/TWiki/ImageGalleryPlugin.txt,0644,\x{a}lib/TWiki/Plugins/Ima...', 'DEPENDENCIES', 'Graphics::Magick,>=1.1.11,1,cpan,Required.\x{a}Image::Magick,>=6....') called at /home/PROJECTS/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/ImageGalleryPlugin_installer line 104 require /home/PROJECTS/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/ImageGalleryPlugin_installer called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/lib//TWiki/Configure/UIs/EXTEND.pm line 177 eval {...} called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/lib//TWiki/Configure/UIs/EXTEND.pm line 175 TWiki::Configure::UIs::EXTEND::ui('TWiki::Configure::UIs::EXTEND=HASH(0xf9de68)') called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/bin/configure line 708 TWiki::_actionInstallExtension() called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/bin/configure line 478 at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/CGI/Carp.pm line 379 CGI::Carp::realdie('mkdir /root/.cpan: Permission denied at /usr/local/share/perl...') called at /usr/share/perl5/vendor_perl/CGI/Carp.pm line 468 CGI::Carp::die('mkdir /root/.cpan: Permission denied at /usr/local/share/perl...') called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/lib//TWiki/Configure/UIs/EXTEND.pm line 179 eval {...} called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/lib//TWiki/Configure/UIs/EXTEND.pm line 175 TWiki::Configure::UIs::EXTEND::ui('TWiki::Configure::UIs::EXTEND=HASH(0xf9de68)') called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/bin/configure line 708 TWiki::_actionInstallExtension() called at /projects/TWIKI/twiki6/twiki/bin/configure line 478

You may be able to resolve these errors and complete the installation from the command line, so I will leave the installed files where they are. Installation finished.

</verbatim>

If I install by hand (as root, on a CentOS 6.4 server) the perl module needed Graphics::Magick, I get an error and it tells that it doesn't know why...

<pre> # perl -MCPAN -e shell

cpan[1]> install Graphics::Magick </pre>

If I activate the plugin anyway and go to a page that contains the %IMAGEGALLERY% keyword (for instance, Main/UserListByPhotograph which is a standard page...) , I get this error message :

<pre> TWiki detected an internal error - please check your TWiki logs and webserver logs for more information.

Can't locate Imagepath in @INC (@INC contains: path . path path path path path path path path-linux-thread-multi path path) </pre>

Please help

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-14

It does not work either if I unzip the package directly in my twiki directory

(I have the same error when activating the plugin)

Should I use Image::Magick instead of Graphics::Magick ?

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-14

Magick.xs:2393: erreur: ‘MagickFalse’ undeclared (first use in this function) Magick.xs:2394: attention : implicit declaration of function ‘SetWarningHandler’ Magick.xs:2395: attention : implicit declaration of function ‘SetErrorHandler’ Magick.xs:2396: erreur: ‘magick_registry’ undeclared (first use in this function) If I try to install Image::Magick from CPAN, I get a lot of errors (on CentOS 6.4) :

Magick.xs:2396: attention : implicit declaration of function ‘NewSplayTree’

Magick.xs:2397: attention : déclaration sans effet

make: * [Magick.o] Erreur 1

JCRISTY/PerlMagick-6.89-1.tar.gz

/usr/bin/make -- NOT OK

Failed during this command:

JCRISTY/PerlMagick-6.89-1.tar.gz : make NO

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-14

Sorry for the bad message above, here is the right one :

If I try to install Image::Magick from CPAN, I get a lot of errors :

Magick.xs:2393: erreur: ‘MagickFalse’ undeclared (first use in this function)

Magick.xs:2394: attention : implicit declaration of function ‘SetWarningHandler’

Magick.xs:2395: attention : implicit declaration of function ‘SetErrorHandler’

Magick.xs:2396: erreur: ‘magick_registry’ undeclared (first use in this function)

Magick.xs:2396: attention : implicit declaration of function ‘NewSplayTree’

Magick.xs:2397: attention : déclaration sans effet

make: * [Magick.o] Erreur 1

JCRISTY/PerlMagick-6.89-1.tar.gz

/usr/bin/make -- NOT OK

Failed during this command:

JCRISTY/PerlMagick-6.89-1.tar.gz : make NO

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-14

Etienne, you experience a library installation issue. Please open a Support question. This topic is for developer collaboration and enhancement requests.

-- Peter Thoeny - 2014-10-14

does not work either if I install it with yum on my CentOS :

yum install GraphicsMagick.x86_64

yum install GraphicsMagick-perl.x86_64

(also, just in case, yum install ImageMagick-perl.x86_64)

all this installed ok... but

...the plugin still does not want to install...

I give up, lost too much time on this

-- Etienne Pallier - 2014-10-15

Followup on support question at Support.SID-01962.

-- Peter Thoeny - 2014-10-16

Hi. I've recently switched back to TWiki from 'another free open source wiki with common roots here'. One thing the team misses is the lightbox front-end which was added to this plugin after it was forked. I've looked at merging these changes, but this seems unnecessarily complex. Can anyone give direction as to adding a lightbox front-end to this plugin?

-- Steve Jones - 2015-03-04

Steve, we have a script that facilitates the namspace rename: TWikisvn:core/tools/fos2twiki - it does a blind search & replace, make sure to restore the original copyright.

If you get it working how about contributing the code back to the TWiki community?

-- Peter Thoeny - 2015-03-04

Topic attachments
I Attachment History Action Size Date Who Comment
Unknown file formatpatch Core.pm.PDF.patch r1 manage 11.7 K 2008-05-12 - 00:05 OliverKrueger Patch to add PDF support
Unknown file formatdiff Core.pm.diff r1 manage 7.0 K 2008-06-25 - 20:59 AurelioAHeckert Patch with some corrections for the Core.pm published at 13 Nov 2007
Unknown file formatpatch cygwin.patch r1 manage 2.1 K 2003-07-31 - 17:56 MattWilkie add $IDENTIFY, chg 'path' to 'name'
JavaScriptjs gallery.js r1 manage 0.9 K 2004-10-28 - 13:47 MartinCleaver  
Cascading Style Sheet filecss meadows.css r1 manage 4.4 K 2004-10-28 - 13:51 MartinCleaver  
Texttxt philipmeadows21.txt r1 manage 4.9 K 2004-10-29 - 08:40 MartinCleaver  
Texttxt renderThumbnails.pl.txt r1 manage 1.7 K 2009-02-05 - 18:00 LucHabert Fix thumbnail table bug. Cf #RenderThumbnailsfix
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