[Pdx-pm] Kwiki 2 error, more info
keithl at kl-ic.com
Wed Mar 28 11:28:48 PDT 2007
On Tue, Mar 27, 2007 at 03:36:57PM -0800, Bruce J Keeler wrote:
> I figured I'd give this a quick try, but no luck so far. I copied the
> existing pdx.pm.org site into a new virtual host and ran the upgrade
> procedure on it as mentioned in the UpgradingToKwiki2 link. I took a
> brief look at it, but I'm at work, so I don't really have time to poke
> at this more. Eric's welcome to prod at it too if he likes.
> Currently it barfs the following:
> Can't call method "registry" on an undefined value at lib/Kwiki.pm line 9.
> at lib/Spoon/Base.pm line 89
> Spoon::Base::__ANON__('Can\'t call method "registry" on an undefined value at lib/Kw...') called at lib/Kwiki.pm line 9
> Kwiki::process('Kwiki=HASH(0x8c3d35c)', 'config*.*', '-plugins', 'plugins') called at /var/www/pdxpmtest/kwiki/index.cgi line 4
On Tue, Mar 27, 2007 at 08:27:26PM -0700, Keith Lofstrom wrote:
> I got exactly the same thing just a few minutes ago, and I was about to
> paste the same error into an email to Ingy. Since I already have the
> kwikis set up, it sure would be nice if I could just upgrade them.
> The Typekey certification for spam blocking is a little surprising,
> but if my users are OK with it then it is a good idea.
A blank new kwiki2 works. So it may be the conversion process, or it
may be one of the plugins I'm using:
The last three are not in the list that a blank new kwiki makes. A
kwiki -remove Kwiki::Htaccess
gives me the error:
Can't locate object method "plugins_file" via package "Kwiki::Config" at /usr/local/kwiki/lib/Kwiki/Command/V1.pm line 125
I could debug all this stuff, but I think I will continue on with
TWiki 4.1 and let somebody else debug kwiki 2.0. Sigh. It would have
been nice if kwiki 2.0 "just worked"; perhaps in a few weeks it will.
Keith Lofstrom keithl at keithl.com Voice (503)-520-1993
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