"proof-of-concept" Revolution Online Open Dictionary at revcoders.org
josh at dvcreators.net
Fri Nov 2 12:55:36 EDT 2007
I was working with a name approach, but terms like:
and so on were NOT URL friendly! And causing problems getting to
pages in a browser. (I thought about renaming these "dollar sign",
"at symbol", etc, but that's too weird)
So last night I switched to a number based page name...
You are right, with .htaccess we could write lines of rewrite rules
that would translate, that would be nice, for now I have a simple
lookup table that you can get this way:
put "SELECT post_title, ID from wp_posts WHERE post_type =
'post' ORDER BY post_title" into tSQL
put send2db(tSQL) into tData
replace "rowstart!|" with empty in tData
With the 'send2db' handler you're good to go.
This returns a list of term name & "|" & post number...
On Nov 2, 2007, at 9:18 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:
> Hello Devin et al,
> To make this work well with Rev is fairly easy if we take a simple
> approach. I don't know what WIKI Josh is using but if he could have a
> unique URL to retrieve an HTML page for the comments for a given
> keyword then we could simply make a little RevBrowser window to
> display it.
> I was thinking about something like:
> revcoders.org/wiki/vScroll/comments --> returns an HTML with the
> comments for vScroll.
> Also I've noticed that on revcoders.org the pages are named with
> numbers, like 384.xml, is there a way to change that? It makes harder
> to cross link stuff from outside the wiki. If this can't be changed
> from inside wordpress, then, one can write a simple CGI and some
> entries in .htaccess file to make those smart URLs work, I have done
> this kind of work before.
> On 11/2/07, Devin Asay <devin_asay at byu.edu> wrote:
>> Great work, Josh!
>> But we seem to have two competing (and very similar) efforts going
>> on. There is Björnke's very nice BvG Docu stack that was recently
>> patched by Andre to allow web notes to be posted and displayed in the
>> stack. See <http://andregarzia.com/docuwebnotes.html>. I've been
>> using Andre's patched version, and it's really quite slick.
>> Would there be a way to combine the best of both worlds, to let
>> Björnke/Andre's project work with your online database, Josh?
>> Björnke's stack, being older, is farther along than yours, and that
>> would free you up to concentrate on the web/backend pieces.
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