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plugin:archiveupload

Plugin ArchiveUpload

Compatible with DokuWiki

> 2009-02-14, 2008-05-05, Ponder Stibbons

plugin Allows to extract an archive (.zip/.tgz/.tar/.tar.gz/.gz) on upload.

Last updated on
2009-05-21
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Action
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This extension has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues.

Tagged with !discontinued, archive, upload

The original author's version does not work with the upgraded media manager. The Forked Update currently addresses this issue. If the new media manager is updated and then works with this plugin the fork will no longer be needed.

Additionally, there seem are issues with the TARLib module employed by this plugin. Consequently, in these cases it will unpack only zip files. — Myron TurnerMyron Turner
turnermm

2013/06/03 17:25

Not functional in current versions of media mananger. — Myron TurnerMyron Turner
turnermm

2016-08-26 11:26

Description

This Plugin allows you to extract an archive directly on upload. It does all the mime-type and security checks DokuWiki normally does. Currently supported archive types are: .zip .tgz .tar .tar.gz .gz. Once installed, it adds another checkbox to the upload form which, when ticked, will cause the plugin to try to extract the uploaded file as an archive.

Installation

Download the archive and unpack it into <dokuwiki>/lib/plugins.

  • .tgz Plugin Manager.

The plugin is also available via git.

% cd <dokuwiki>/lib/plugins
% git clone git://github.com/chimeric/dokuwiki-plugin-archiveupload.git archiveupload

Configuration

This plugin has no configuration options.

Changelog

A complete changelog can be found here.

Bugs / Feature Requests

Please report bugs and feature requests at the bug tracker.

Discussion

Ignoring Directories

I've made a slight modification to my version: giving the option for directories to be ignored. Essentially, the user might have zipped the files in the current directory, might have zipped them from the directory above… there is no way of knowing until the files have been uploaded, and then it's a bit of a pain to move them.

So, a few minor tweaks:-

1. Add this into handle_form_output in action.php (also requires you to change the lang files):-

$event->data->addElement(form_makeCheckboxField('ignoredirs', 0, $this->getLang('ignoredirs')));

2. Add the following to the lang/<your language>/lang.php:-

$lang['ignoredirs']         = 'Ignore archive directories';

3. Add the following into postProcessFiles, after the line $fn_new = str_replace(':', '/', cleanID($fn_new));:-

if ( isset( $_REQUEST['ignoredirs'] ) )
{
    $lastslash = strrpos( $fn_new, '/' );
    $fn_new = ( $lastslash !== false ) ? substr( $lastslash, $lastslash+1 ) : $fn_new;
 
    if ( $fn_new == '' )
        continue;    // This is a directory, and these are being ignored
}

In my limited testing, this makes sure that all the files in the archive are put in the same directory. – Andy Turner 2009-07-14 13:40

Firing MEDIA_UPLOAD_FINISH?

One thought that I've had - and I've not looked at whether this works or is feasible - I reckon that the MEDIA_UPLOAD_FINISH event should be fired for all of the uploaded files. For example, if I want to resize uploaded images to conform to a maximum size, I can't upload them by archive.

So, is it technically feasible to modify the action plugin to repeatedly fire MEDIA_UPLOAD_FINISH for each file uploaded? (Or am I talking nonsense and it does this already :-P) – Andy Turner 2009-07-14 13:42

plugin/archiveupload.txt · Last modified: 2016-08-26 11:30 by turnermm