1. taewook,kang taewook,kang
  2. moin-1.9-zee



Customized moin19 for a private CMS.

customized features.

  • multi-backend (filesystem, mercurial, moin-wiki)
  • dayone integration (list, view, edit)
  • attachment charset
  • page router

I'm always waiting for moin2.0 - because it's going to support vcs backend, multi-backend-routing. but I found moin2.0 changed the milestone not having these features. so I've implemented this by myself quickly not by decent design. I've done for a just working. code is messy, not well-organized. but I'm trying to modify less original moin-code.

multi-backend works well for me. it has some limitations

  • hatta-wiki storage class used for a mercurial backend. (let me know if this is not right)
  • always works with original-wiki-backend. (every backends save the document in its storage. and original-wiki-backend as well.)
  • attachment files only located in wiki-backend. git backend could manage the attachments.
  • some actions does not work. (info)
  • Filesystem, Mercurial backend saves as pagename_fs. it is filesystem-safe name be quoted by MoinMoin.wikiutil.quoteWikiName

check the wikiconfig_sample.py

Multi-backend configuration (wikiconfig.py)

define the multiple backends.

middlewares = {
'hg1': (MercurialMiddleware,         (os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)) + '\moinhg1',)),
'hg2': (MercurialMiddleware,         (os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)) + '\moinhg2',)),
'fs1': (DirectoryPlatfileMiddleware, (os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)) + '\moindpl',)),
'fs2': (PlatfileMiddleware,          (os.path.abspath(os.path.dirname(__file__)) + '\moinpl',)),
'wiki': (MoinWikiMiddleware,         ()),
'dayone': (DayoneMiddleware,         ('/volume1/dropbox_rainyblue/Apps/Day One/Journal.dayone',)),

match the pagename with backends. Assume that pagename is quoted.

routes = OrderedDict()
routes[_RE_DAYONE]  = 'dayone'
routes[_RE_FILEDIR] = 'fs1'
routes[_RE_FILE]    = 'fs2'
routes[_RE_CATE]    = 'wiki'
routes[_RE_HELPON]  = 'wiki'
routes[_RE_ALL]     = 'hg1'

if nothing is defined, matched, then original wiki-backend works.

Backend migration

I wrote the migration script at MoinMoin/script/maint/migratestorage.py. you can edit for your own purpose.




Attachment charset

This is required for attachment files named as Korean (cp949). when Korean attachment files is saved at Windows, couldn't be saved as UTF-8.

attachment_charset = 'cp949' # default is utf8.