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Oops, this does not do what I thought it did. It does not list your last 20 edits, but, instead, the 20 (most recent??) pages where you were the last to edit the page. I'll leave this page here for a while, pending a possible solution. See Codev.MyLastEditedTopics.

Thanks to PatrickNomblot for this concept (and the implementation on Codev (MyLastEditedTopics)) — reformatted as a bullet list to avoid horizontal scrolling on my 800x600 display. — RandyKramer - 19 Jun 2003 (This note to be deleted, say 30 days from now — "permanent" attribution under Contributors)

20 pages on Wikilearn where TWikiGuest was the last editor, ordered by the edit date

Page - Edit Date
Page Lead In (Summary?)

Number of topics: 0

Contributors (to this page design)

  • PatrickNomblot - 19 Jun 2003 Created concept (Thanks!) and implemented on Codev (at least)
  • (rhk) RandyKramer - 19 Jun 2003 Reformatted as bullet list to avoid horizontal scrolling on my 800x600 display. (Also attempted to exclude robots, from this page and any page where this page is included — not sure that will work as it is not the first line of (hidden) text.
  • MattWilkie - 19 Jun 2003 Reformatted the bullets as definition list because I think it looks nicer. Feel free to change back if you disagree. Looks good to me! -- rhk
  • If you edit this page: add your name here; move this to the next line; and if you've used a comment marker (your initials in parenthesis), include it before your WikiName.

Upgrading Search.pm (see SearchWithNoPipe) will make MyEditedTopics works fine and give the result you expected wink

-- PatrickNomblot - 26 Jun 2003

Thanks! So, if it is, or gets, updated on twiki.org, it should be good. I don't know whether it is or not, I'll try to (occasionally) check the results on the other webs to see if it is working as expeceted. (I would not change Search.pm on twiki.org, as it is PeterThoeny's site.)

-- RandyKramer - 26 Jun 2003

Upgrading TWiki.org server would be great for this feature but I suppose PeterThoeny will test/adapt new Search.pm, and I hope, will appreciate it. It's maybe better to hardly test it before upgrading TWiki server.

Note that with the actual Search, I have notice some strange behaviour (potential security problems ?) when using special chars like "../../.." which may not exist with SearchWithNoPipe

-- PatrickNomblot - 26 Jun 2003

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