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Compatible with DokuWiki
- 2020-07-29 "Hogfather" yes
- 2018-04-22 "Greebo" yes
- 2017-02-19 "Frusterick Manners" unknown
- 2016-06-26 "Elenor Of Tsort" unknown
This plugin was originally written by Jarrod Lowe
Download and Installation
- Version upped (2021-02-18 23:51)
- Merge pull request #152 from cosmocode/minor-revision (2021-02-18 18:28)
- Fix unrecognized approval status of current minor revisions (2021-02-18 18:24)
- Merge pull request #149 from cosmocode/deleted-files (2021-02-18 17:45)
- Fix Travis CI config (2021-02-18 17:39)
- Merge pull request #102 from phy25/fix-warning (2021-02-18 17:03)
- Add a listing of deleted files (2021-02-13 21:15)
- Merge pull request #145 from dokuwiki-translate/lang_update_117_15980… (2020-08-26 10:26)
The idea behind this plugin is to differentiate between revisions of a document that are in draft state and those that are approved.
A user with
admin permissions can mark a revision as approved while editing. Anyone else gets their revision marked as draft. Users with
read permissions will see approved revisions only.
The plugin places a banner at the top of each page, with information about the Approval/Draft status. It may contain notes like:
- This version (date) is a Draft
- This version (date) was Approved by user
- The Most Recent Version of this document is a draft (Diff)
- The Previously Approved Version (date) is available (Diff)
- This version is Outdated by a Newer Approved Version (Diff)
The banner is colour-coded: Green for the latest approved version, and Red for all others.
The Old Revisions page is colour-coded: Green for approved versions, and Red for drafts.
The Recent Changes page is colour-coded: Green for approved versions, and Red for drafts.
A user with sufficient permissions (AUTH_DELETE or AUTH_ADMIN) can Approve a page. They do so by clicking the approve link on the publish banner.
Finding pending changes
Placing the tag
[APPROVALS] into a page will give a table listing pages which are:
- In one of the namespaces where publish operates, and
- the latest version is a draft, and
- you have sufficient permission to approve it
You can limit it to certain namespaces with
You may need to add ~~NOCACHE~~ to the page.
The plugin can be configured using the configuration manager.
|apr_namespaces||Only use the plugin on the given namespaces|
|no_apr_namespaces||Do not use the plugin on the following namespaces|
|number_of_approved||Number of approves until a page is considered approved|
|hide drafts||Hides unapproved pages from user who can not approve the page|
|hidereaderbanner||Hide banner to read only users|
|hide_approved_banner||Hide banner on approved pages|
|author groups||Groups who can see drafts. Split multiple groups by space|
|internal note||Custom text note on unapproved pages|
|delete attic on first approve||delete all old revisions on first approval|
|send_mail_on_approve||If a revision is approved send an email to the editor of this revision|
|apr_mail_receiver||If page is changed send an email to this address, informing about the change and asking for approval|
|apr_approved_text||Default appoved marker|
By default, a user with AUTH_EDIT or better will see the latest revision of a page, if they do not specify which revision they want. However, someone with only AUTH_READ will see the latest approved revision by default (unless there isn't one).
All users with AUTH_READ or better can still view any revision of a page if they specifically request it – whether or not it is approved.