|Version 3 (modified by 11 years ago) (diff),|
TinyMce Wiki Plugin
Also, within WYSIWYG text, you still have (it seems) the important Trac WikiFormatting NOT provided by HTML: you still can still do TracLinks, WikiMacros, the Links (? TracLinks?), and WikiProcessors. (MBParker notes: from the screenshot, these are highlighed by red box outline; I would imagine that they don't actually operate until the code is previewed or displayed.)
The data which it retains is not wiki grammar, is the individual type which includes the Traclink and the Macro et cetera to the HTML. Considerably it becomes difficult to edit the data which it retains with the wiki editor of default.
- Download and put TinyMCE You must download the TinyMCE from http://tinymce.moxiecode.com/ . And you must put 'tinymce' directory (not 'tiny_mce') into share/trac/htdocs.
- put 'tinymce_trac.css' copy 'tinymce_trac.css' in this plugin to tinymce folder.
- Disable Wiki Module
This plugin replaces the default wiki module.
You must adding the following options to trac.ini:
[components] trac.wiki.web_ui.WikiModule= disabledIf you have not modified default_handler, You must adding the following options too.
[trac] default_handler = TinyMceWikiPlugin
- Put this plug-in Put tinymcewiki-0.1-py2.3.egg to Your TracEnv/plugins
To customize the TinyMCE
The TinyMCE-Plugin reads the tinymceconf.cs which is placed on the templates folder of the TracEnv. Reading the document of the TinyMCE, please rewrite this file.
To rewrite to the language of your country
The TinyMCE-Plugin reads the tinymcewiki.cs which is placed on the templates folder of the TracEnv. Please rewrite this file.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download the zipped source from [download:tinymcewikiplugin here].
Push the 'Edit/Create this page with WISIWYG' button on wiki page.