I just upgraded to 4.2.0 and the latest TWiki:Plugins.BlogAddOn
. Now I find that I cannot create a blog entry that has a period in the title. When I attempt to do so, TWiki treats the periods as sub-web designators. For example, if I try to use a title like "This.will.not.work" I get an error message that 'The "This/will/not" web does not exist.' I suspect that the fault is not so much the TWiki:Plugins.BlogAddOn
itself, but that some change has occurred in the removeSpacesAndPunctuation() JS function it calls. I can get around this by not putting in the periods until after submittal, but I shouldn't have to work around the problem. Of course, putting slashes in the title causes the same problem. Also, it doesn't matter if hierarchical web support is on or off.
- 24 Jan 2008
It could well be that the js function
is too strict, or should be enhanced for the add-on.
- 24 Jan 2008
More like it doesn't delete enough. The add on tries to convert a blog entry title into a topic name. In order to do that, all
the punctuation needs to be removed; there is no point in trying to do a hierarchical blog with this add on. It probably also should auto-capitalize each word, although I suppose that one is arguable.
- 25 Jan 2008
I have fixed the issue. Change log:
Item5286: version 1.1 Adds the creation date to blog post topic names. Adds an Edit link to the Comments header in a blog post. Increases the height of the comment box. Bug fix: allow topic names with periods (convert to underscore).
- 26 Jan 2008
Fixing a number of small template bugs...
- 31 Jan 2008