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From Frank Fitch <Frank.Fi...@sun.com>
Subject Re: Can you update a JSPWiki page from outside the JSPWiki application?
Date Tue, 15 Dec 2009 20:01:28 GMT

Janne Jalkanen wrote:
> 
> On Dec 15, 2009, at 18:02 , Frank Fitch wrote:
> 
>> Janne Jalkanen wrote:
>>
>>> Note that the repository format will change in 3.0.
>>
>> Does that mean we will no longer be able to generate wiki pages from 
>> outside sources?
> 
> No.  It just means that you will need to change your scripts.  The Priha 
> FileProvider is not too dissimilar from the old VersioningFileProvider; 
> instead of /TextFormattingRules.txt you have 
> /main/textformattingrules/wiki:content

does this mean the wiki markup language will change? Will it remain anemic? Will we still

be able to use html in the wiki?

> 
> However, the repository format will no longer be determined by JSPWiki, 
> but the underlying JSR-170 implementation.  The default configuration 
> that we currently have uses Priha (www.priha.org) and the FileProvider.  
> However, you may choose whichever implementation you please, e.g. you 
> can use Apache Jackrabbit.  After that you can use any tool which 
> interfaces with JSR-170 to change the content.  In most cases, however, 
> touching the repository *directly* bypassing the JSR-170 interface is 
> not at all a good idea.  Priha is not really designed for it either, and 
> it's not guaranteed to work.  Just like it isn't with JSPWiki 2.8 either 
> :-)

what problem will moving to JSR-170 solve?

Thanks,
-Frank

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