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<?php if (!defined('PmWiki')) exit();
## This is a sample config.php file. To use this file, copy it to
## local/config.php, then edit it for whatever customizations you want.
## Also, be sure to take a look at http://www.pmichaud.com/wiki/Cookbook
## for more details on the types of customizations that can be added
## to PmWiki.
## $WikiTitle is the name that appears in the browser's title bar.
$WikiTitle = 'PmWiki';
## $ScriptUrl is your preferred URL for accessing wiki pages
## $PubDirUrl is the URL for the pub directory.
# $ScriptUrl = 'http://www.mydomain.com/path/to/pmwiki.php';
# $PubDirUrl = 'http://www.mydomain.com/path/to/pub';
## If you want to use URLs of the form .../pmwiki.php/Group/PageName
## instead of .../pmwiki.php?p=Group.PageName, try setting
## $EnablePathInfo below. Note that this doesn't work in all environments,
## it depends on your webserver and PHP configuration. You might also
## want to check http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/CleanUrls more
## details about this setting and other ways to create nicer-looking urls.
# $EnablePathInfo = 1;
## $PageLogoUrl is the URL for a logo image -- you can change this
## to your own logo if you wish.
# $PageLogoUrl = "$PubDirUrl/skins/pmwiki/pmwiki-32.gif";
## If you want to have a custom skin, then set $Skin to the name
## of the directory (in pub/skins/) that contains your skin files.
## See PmWiki.LayoutBasics and Cookbook.Skins.
# $Skin = 'pmwiki';
## You'll probably want to set an administrative password that you
## can use to get into password-protected pages. Also, by default
## the "attr" passwords for the PmWiki and Main groups are locked, so
## an admin password is a good way to unlock those. See PmWiki.Passwords
## and PmWiki.PasswordsAdmin.
# $DefaultPasswords['admin'] = crypt('secret');
## PmWiki comes with graphical user interface buttons for editing;
## to enable these buttons, set $EnableGUIButtons to 1.
# $EnableGUIButtons = 1;
## If you want uploads enabled on your system, set $EnableUpload=1.
## You'll also need to set a default upload password, or else set
## passwords on individual groups and pages. For more information
## see PmWiki.UploadsAdmin.
# $EnableUpload = 1;
# $DefaultPasswords['upload'] = crypt('secret');
## Setting $EnableDiag turns on the ?action=diag and ?action=phpinfo
## actions, which often helps the PmWiki authors to troubleshoot
## various configuration and execution problems.
# $EnableDiag = 1; # enable remote diagnostics
## By default, PmWiki doesn't allow browsers to cache pages. Setting
## $EnableIMSCaching=1; will re-enable browser caches in a somewhat
## smart manner. Note that you may want to have caching disabled while
## adjusting configuration files or layout templates.
# $EnableIMSCaching = 1; # allow browser caching
## Set $SpaceWikiWords if you want WikiWords to automatically
## have spaces before each sequence of capital letters.
# $SpaceWikiWords = 1; # turn on WikiWord spacing
## Set $LinkWikiWords to zero if you don't want WikiWord links (i.e.,
## all links are made using [[...]].
# $LinkWikiWords = 0; # disable WikiWord links
## If you want only the first occurrence of a WikiWord to be converted
## to a link, set $WikiWordCountMax=1.
# $WikiWordCountMax = 1; # converts only first WikiWord
# $WikiWordCountMax = 0; # another way to disable WikiWords
## The $WikiWordCount array can be used to control the number of times
## a WikiWord is converted to a link. This is useful for disabling
## or limiting specific WikiWords.
# $WikiWordCount['PhD'] = 0; # disables 'PhD'
# $WikiWordCount['PmWiki'] = 1; # convert only first 'PmWiki'
## By default, PmWiki is configured such that only the first occurrence
## of 'PmWiki' in a page is treated as a WikiWord. If you want to
## restore 'PmWiki' to be treated like other WikiWords, uncomment the
## line below.
# unset($WikiWordCount['PmWiki']);
## If you want to disable WikiWords matching a pattern, you can use
## something like the following. Note that the first argument has to
## be different for each call to Markup(). The example below disables
## WikiWord links like COM1, COM2, COM1234, etc.
# Markup('COM\d+', '<wikilink', '/\\bCOM\\d+/', "Keep('$0')");
## $DiffKeepDays specifies the minimum number of days to keep a page's
## revision history. The default is 3650 (approximately 10 years).
# $DiffKeepDays=30; # keep page history at least 30 days
## The refcount.php script enables ?action=refcount, which helps to
## find missing and orphaned pages. See PmWiki.RefCount.
# if ($action == 'refcount') include_once('scripts/refcount.php');
## The rss.php script enables ?action=rss and ?action=rdf, which
## provides RSS feeds for a site based on WikiTrails. See PmWiki.RSS.
# if ($action == 'rss' || $action == 'rdf') include_once('scripts/rss.php');
## PmWiki allows a great deal of flexibility for creating custom markup.
## To add support for '*bold*' and '~italic~' markup (the single quotes
## are part of the markup), uncomment the following lines.
## (See PmWiki.CustomMarkup and the Cookbook for details and examples.)
# Markup("'~", "inline", "/'~(.*?)~'/", "<i>$1</i>"); # '~italic~'
# Markup("'*", "inline", "/'\\*(.*?)\\*'/", "<b>$1</b>"); # '*bold*'
## If you want to have to approve links to external sites before they
## are turned into links, uncomment the line below. See PmWiki.UrlApprovals.
## Also, setting $UnapprovedLinkCountMax limits the number of unapproved
## links that are allowed in a page (useful to control wikispam).
# include_once('scripts/urlapprove.php');
# $UnapprovedLinkCountMax = 10;
## The following lines make additional editing buttons appear in the
## edit page for subheadings, lists, tables, etc.
# $GUIButtons['h2'] = array(400, '\\n!! ', '\\n', '$[Heading]',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/h2.gif"$[Heading]"');
# $GUIButtons['h3'] = array(402, '\\n!!! ', '\\n', '$[Subheading]',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/h3.gif"$[Subheading]"');
# $GUIButtons['indent'] = array(500, '\\n->', '\\n', '$[Indented text]',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/indent.gif"$[Indented text]"');
# $GUIButtons['outdent'] = array(510, '\\n-<', '\\n', '$[Hanging indent]',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/outdent.gif"$[Hanging indent]"');
# $GUIButtons['ol'] = array(520, '\\n# ', '\\n', '$[Ordered list]',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/ol.gif"$[Ordered (numbered) list]"');
# $GUIButtons['ul'] = array(530, '\\n* ', '\\n', '$[Unordered list]',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/ul.gif"$[Unordered (bullet) list]"');
# $GUIButtons['hr'] = array(540, '\\n----\\n', '', '',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/hr.gif"$[Horizontal rule]"');
# $GUIButtons['table'] = array(600,
# '||border=1 width=80%\\n||!Hdr ||!Hdr ||!Hdr ||\\n|| || || ||\\n|| || || ||\\n', '', '',
# '$GUIButtonDirUrlFmt/table.gif"$[Table]"');