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2007-09-16 23:39:45 After creating an account, I see no way to submit a bug at Dejavu. —JabberWokky
2007-09-16 23:41:39 And I might as well mention here that the editor fails to properly merge changes if two editors create a new entry with overlapping times... A opens a new entry in an editor, B opens a new entry afterwards, A types "This is foo" and hits Save, B types "This is bar" and hits Save, and the resulting entry is "This is bar", with "This is foo" overwritten. —JabberWokky
2007-09-16 23:53:05 give it a try now. Delete once read —PhilipNeustrom
2007-12-09 17:38:19 In sycamore_config.py, there are two lines that state wiki_farm = True. One's up at the top of the file and the other is further down. —lizhenry
2007-12-09 17:42:42 During the initial build, I did chown & chmod on sycamore_base/share/data/ to make it owned by www-data. I had also included xapian, which needed to create directories such as sycamore_base/share/data/search/title . So the build failed unless I made share/data world-writeable. Probably I could just change it back again now, but thought I'd mention the glitch. —lizhenry
2007-12-11 01:31:03 Well aside problems installing sycamore, I have difficulty with this site itself, something is up with the tld redirect such that it prevents me from both accessing the site and being logged in, maybe my cookies just won't fit through the tubes but that is something to be checked on. —DavidPoole
Can you give some more details? Try clearing your cookies then coming here. Does it work? Try clearing your cookies, logging into the hub, then coming here. What happens?
2008-02-04 20:29:59 I've been using a Sycamore wiki with Firefox 3.0, and seem to be seeing a high number of crashes with the Quick Edit feature. I know this isn't a Sycamore bug, but has anyone else had experience of this, so we could work up a testcase for Mozilla? Seen on both MacOS and Linux beta2. —dannyobrien
I haven't seen it myself using FF 18.104.22.168 in Ubuntu. My browser only ever crashes when I'm viewing Flash stuff. What plugins are you using? I find that FF extensions tend to do weird things sometimes. —PhilipNeustrom
No, this the new Firefox 3.0 beta, which of course is meant to be more crashy. But I'm also trying to work out what's wrong. —dannyobrien
2008-06-13 17:14:11 Either there is a render bug or I'm not seeing a markup error on Corner Drug. Check out this version for the minimal markup to trigger the bug (try removing line after line for an odd behavior as the bug "climbs the table"). —JabberWokky
There is some kind of crazy hidden unicode space after the end of the "Location" || I see
>>> t = 'hi|' >>> t 'hi|\xe2\x80\x8e' >>>
Ah, I thought I had checked for that (dumped it through less). Thanks.
2008-11-29 18:39:19 Would be nice to not interpret # as into %nn but leave it as is, so anchors and titles can be linked to with simple wiki links. KthxBye —DavidPoole
2008-12-06 23:16:12 The Talk Page Template cannot be edited by wiki editors or admins. I am filing this as a bug because it profoundly affects non-English wikis. —JabberWokky
when running buildDB.py I see in traceback:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "buildDB.py", line 1224, in <module>
File "/srv/sycamore/Sycamore/support/MemcachePool.py", line 158, in get
v = mc.get(key)
File "/srv/sycamore/Sycamore/support/memcache.py", line 608, in get
server, key = self._get_server(key)
File "/srv/sycamore/Sycamore/support/memcache.py", line 226, in _get_server
server = self.buckets[serverhash % len(self.buckets)]
ZeroDivisionError: integer division or modulo by zero
when navigating to `localhost/wiki/index.cgi` I get an error: `The wiki wikispot does not exist!`
I have a detailed log of everything I've done on a fresh install of Lucid. Let me know if I can do anything else. —BlueRabbit
Never mind, make sure you have python bindings for memcache, kids! :/ —BlueRabbit
2011-02-04 11:53:32 Hi, not sure if this bug is Wikispot or Sycamore. Quick editing tables on Internet Explorer 8 doesn't work (Win XP, laptop). Double-clicking on table leads to status bar saying 'error on page', any editing afterwards leads to the message 'you are already editing this page'.
BTW Can I update this page to say code is currently at
and that the rtucker fork is the latest modification? —jonpatterns