Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of CkEditorPlugin


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May 28, 2011, 10:42:44 PM (4 years ago)
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itamarost
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updates after importing 1.0dev

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  • CkEditorPlugin

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    55== Description ==
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    7 Wysiwyg wiki editor plugin using the open-source [http://ckeditor.com/ CKEditor], based on TracWysiwygPlugin.
     7Wysiwyg wiki editor plugin using the open-source [http://ckeditor.com/ CKEditor], inspired by TracWysiwygPlugin.
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    9 Very initial alpha, that currently produces only HTML, as opposed to TracWiki.
     9The plugin does not contain the [http://ckeditor.com/ CKEditor] source (get it from their [https://svn.ckeditor.com/CKEditor SVN] - require >= 3.6).
     10After installation of both the plugin and [http://ckeditor.com/ CKEditor], set the `[ckeditor] editor_source` option for this plugin to the path of the CKEditor `ckeditor.js` script.
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     12The plugin has 3 modes of integration, determined by the `[ckeditor] editor_type` option:
     13|| `html_wrapper` || CKEditor with HTML output wrapped in html-processor ||
     14|| `full_integration` || CKEditor with TracWiki output (experimental, under development) ||
     15|| `none` || No integration - plain old textarea ||
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     17The `full_integration` mode is the holy grail, but currently just a handful of elements are supported in this mode (see the [source:ckeditorplugin/trunk/ckintegration/htdocs/tracwiki.js tracwiki plugin] for details on that) - '''help with this is needed! '''
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    1119Disclaimer:
    1220 - Does not co-exist with TracWysiwygPlugin - have only one of them enabled.
    13  - Does not handle TracWiki at all at the moment.
    14   - Specifically - don't try switching to the CKEditor with existing TracWiki pages - it will trash your page...
     21 - When using the `html_wrapper` mode and editing an existing wiki page, the page will be rendered in HTML upon save (macros are lost, etc.)
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