Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
Compatible with DokuWiki
No compatibility info given!
This extension has not been updated in over 2 years. It may no longer be maintained or supported and may have compatibility issues.
Similar to confmanager
This plugin allows wiki administrators to easily alter their text configuration files (
conf/*.conf) online from the comfort of their favourite web browser.
It currently supports editing of:
So far it only allows editing of
conf/*.local.conf files, since the distribution files (
conf/*.conf) are protected from modifications. If you want to be able to modify all values, you may want to rename the distribution files to their local counterpart (e.g.
mv conf/mime.conf conf/mime.local.conf).
This plugin is a quick hack from the excellent config plugin from Chris Smith.
Please note that it's also a 1st draft… use with care!
Hi! Thank you for a very useful plugin! I found several minor bugs - it creates .local.conf files ignoring DokuWiki file mode settings.
And one more - after you delete some item (by adding empty valued item) the list of all strings still contains the item. Though target file (.local.conf) doesn't contain such string.
Thanks in advance for a bugfix! :))
P.S. I would very appreciate if you add a button “delete” after every deletable item in the list. — Alexander Sorkin aka Kibi, 2006-11-19
hi thanks for the plugin, works great with my present installation.
Here is a question: How do i get the plugin to recognise and include the 'EXPLAIN' plugin?
Thanks a million.
So far it is not possible, It would need a few modifications to the plugin: add a type in the plugins'
admin.phpfile, a new setting class in the
config0.class.phpfile, and a few other tweaks to get the right entry form. I'll try to include it in the next version. If you have anything in the mean time, feel free to add it here. — Stephane
Hi, thanks for the plugin and one question: Is there any way to define acronyms that contain a blank within, i.e. that consist of several words?
Hi, this plugin is a good idea, but I wanted to as if there is a possibility to edit the
conf/userscript.js files via this plugin too. This because currently the only way to edit these files is via remote download→upload (or shell access edit, for those who are fortunate enough). Thanks. — Luis Machuca B. 2009/02/22 19:56
I subscribe to every word of the post, whichever is higher. Yes, editing of these two confs is needed add to this plugin. It is be nice addition. — Plato 2012/07/12