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Configuring a single wiki

If you run a single wiki, you should not copy the file farmconfig.py into your configuration directory (remove it and the .pyc file, if it is there). Without farmconfig, moin uses the default wikiconfig.py

wikiconfig.py normally is located besides your moin.cgi driver script. If you need to make a custom install, it can be located anywhere, but you must add the path to the directory where it is located to your Python system path in your server script. See the "System Path Configuration" section in your server script.

Wiki configuration file structure

General notes on wiki/farmconfig.py structure:

# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-

from MoinMoin.multiconfig import DefaultConfig

class Config(DefaultConfig):

    sitename = u'MyWiki'   # u means that it will be converted to Unicode
    interwikiname = 'MyWiki'
    data_dir = '/where/ever/mywiki/data/'
    underlay_dir = '/where/ever/mywiki/underlay/'
    
    # More settings follow...

Unicode options

Certain options must use unicode values. For example, the site name could contain German umlauts or French accents or be in Chinese or Hebrew. Because of this, you must use unicode strings for those items. Unicode strings are defined by prefixing the letter u to the string. Here are some examples:

    # Site name, used by default for wiki name-logo [Unicode]
    sitename = u"Jürgen's Wiki"
    # another example:
    sitename = u'ÔÕÕÙçÙ éÜ ÙÕèÒß'

Read the comments in the configuration file - they tell you which options must use Unicode values.

Notes:

International Setup

The default configuration file shipped with moin uses iso-8859-1 coding. This is fine for Latin languages like English or German, but not usable for non-latin languages. If you want to have non-latin characters in your configuration items, use utf-8 coding for the config file.

Set the first line of all configuration files to this line:

# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-

Values using unicode strings (international users might want to change them):

For ready made configuration in your language, see ConfigMarket. Read also the section about unicode options.

Configuración de varias instancias de wikis

El motor de wiki moinmoin es capaz de soportar varios wikis con una única instalación, un conjunto de archivos de configuración y un sólo proceso servidor. Especialmente para ambientes persistenes como twisted, debido a que el servidor twisted se ejecutará permanentemente en una dirección IP y un puerto TCP específicos. Para tener dominios virtuales de múltiples dominios (wikis) en la misma IP y puerto, necesitamos que el motor wiki cargue permanentemente varias configuraciones al mismo tiempo y escoja la adecuada cuando se recibe una solicitad específica para un URL.

Para escojer la configuración adecuada, moin usa la variable de configuración wikis presente en el archivo farmconfig.py - que contiene una lista de pares (nombredelwiki, url-regex). Por favor usa solamente identificadores válidos para nombredelwiki (para ser exacto: identificador ::= (letra|"_") (letra | dígito | "_")* - basta con una palabra sencilla si no entiendes la regla gramatical). Cuando moin procesa una solicitud para un URL, moin busca en la lista y trata de encontrar una coincidencia con la expresión regular de URL(url-regex) frente al URL acutal. Si no coincide, continua con el par siguiente. Si coincide, moin carga un archivo de configuración llamado <nombredelwiki>.py (usualmente en el mismo directorio) que contiene la configuración para tal wiki.

farmconfig.py en el archivo de distribución contiene algunos ejemplos para una granja con varios wikis. Solamente debes adaptarla para que se ajuste a tus necesidades si deseas ejecutar varios wikis.

/!\ Para facilitar la escritura de estas páginas, llamaremos al archivo de configuración <nombredelwiki>.py simplemente wikiconfig.py, por supuesto que puedes emplear el nombre de archivo que desees.

Asuminos que has adaptado la variable de configuración wikis en farmconfig.py (ver arriba), así que ofrecemos solamente algunas pistas de como puedes ahorrar trabajo. Lee también las pistas para configuración de una configuración para un wiki único porque explica la herencia de configuración.

Usamos la configuración basada en la clase para poder configurar las opciones comunes para todos tus wikis en un solo lugar: en la configuración de la clase base (para un ejemplo, ver farmconfig.py):

farmconfig.py:

# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
# farmconfig.py:
from MoinMoin.multiconfig import DefaultConfig
class FarmConfig(DefaultConfig):
    url_prefix = '/wiki'
    show_hosts = 1
    underlay_dir = '/where/ever/common/underlay'
    # ...

Las configuraciones de cada uno de tus wikis solamente difieren en aquello que deseas se único para cada uno de ellos (como el logo, o el directorio de datos o las configuraciones ACL). Todo el resto que obtienen por herencia de la clase de configuración base, ver moinmaster.py para un ejemplo.

moinmaster.py:

# -*- coding: iso-8859-1 -*-
# moinmaster.py:
from farmconfig import FarmConfig
class Config(FarmConfig):
    show_hosts = 0
    sitename = u'MoinMaster'
    interwikiname = 'MoinMaster'
    data_dir = '/org/de.wikiwikiweb.moinmaster/data/'
    # ...

Overview of configuration options

The following table contains default values and a short description for all configuration variables. Most of these can be left at their defaults, those you need to change with every installation are listed in the sample wikiconfig.py that comes with the distribution.

/!\ Starting with moin 1.3.1, some options must use unicode strings. Read the section about unicode options.

Variable name

Default

Description

SecurityPolicy

None

Class object hook for implementing security restrictions

acl_...

...

wiki-wide access control list definition (see HelpOnAccessControlLists)

allow_xslt

0

True to enable XSLT processing via 4Suite (note that this enables anyone with enough know-how to insert arbitrary HTML into your wiki, which is why it defaults to 0)

actions_excluded

[]

Exclude unwanted actions (list of strings)

attachments

None

If None, send attachments via CGI; else this has to be a dictionary with the path to attachment storage (key dir) and the equivalent URL prefix to that same dir (key url)

auth

[moin_cookie]

list of auth functions, to be called in this order (see HelpOnAuthentication)

bang_meta

1

enable !NoWikiName markup

caching_formats

['text_html']

output formats that are cached; set to [] to turn off caching (useful for development)

changed_time_fmt

'%H:%M'

Time format used on RecentChanges for page edits within the last 24 hours

chart_options

None

If you have gdchart, use something like chart_options = {'width': 720, 'height': 540}

cookie_domain

None

farmconfig: use this domain for the MoinMoin cookie

cookie_path

None

farmconfig: use this path for the MoinMoin cookie

cookie_lifetime

12

12 hours from now until the MoinMoin cookie expires and you get logged out

data_dir

'./data/'

Path to the data directory containing your (locally made) wiki pages.

data_underlay_dir

'./underlay/'

Path to the underlay directory containing distribution system and help pages.

date_fmt

'%Y-%m-%d'

System date format, used mostly in RecentChanges

datetime_fmt

'%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'

Default format for dates and times (when the user has no preferences or chose the "default" date format)

default_markup

'wiki'

Default page parser / format (name of module in MoinMoin.parser)

docbook_html_dir

'...'

Path to the docbook html directory (optional, used by the docbook parser). The default value is correct for Debian Sarge.

editor_default

'text'

Editor to use by default, 'text' or 'gui'

editor_ui

'freechoice'

Editor choice shown on the user interface, 'freechoice' or 'theonepreferred'

editor_force

False

Force using the default editor

edit_locking

'warn 10'

Editor locking policy: None, 'warn <timeout in minutes>', or 'lock <timeout in minutes>'

edit_rows

20

Default height of the edit box

hacks

{}

for use by moin development

hosts_deny

[]

List of denied IPs; if an IP ends with a dot, it denies a whole subnet (class A, B or C)

html_head

""

Additional <HEAD> tags for all pages (see HelpOnSkins)

html_head_posts

robots: noindex,nofollow

Additional <HEAD> tags for POST requests

html_head_index

robots: index,follow

Additional <HEAD> tags for some few index pages

html_head_normal

robots: index,nofollow

Additional <HEAD> tags for most normal pages

html_head_queries

robots: noindex,nofollow

Additional <HEAD> tags for requests with query strings, like actions

html_pagetitle

None

Allows you to set a specific HTML page title (if not set, it defaults to the value of sitename)

interwiki_preferred

[]

In dialogues, show those wikis at the top of the list.

interwikiname

None

InterWiki name (prefix, moniker) of the site, or None

language_default

'en'

Default language for user interface and page content, see HelpOnLanguages!

language_ignore_browser

False

Ignore user's browser language settings, see HelpOnLanguages!

logo_string

sitename

The wiki logo top of page, HTML is allowed (<img> is possible as well) [Unicode]

lupy_search

False

use the lupy indexing search engine

mail_from

None

From: header used in sent mails, e.g. mail_from = u'Jürgen Wiki <noreply@example.com>'. See /EmailSupport.

mail_login

None

"user pwd" if you need to use SMTP AUTH

mail_smarthost

None

IPv4 address or hostname of an SMTP-enabled server (with optional :port appendix, defaults to 25). Note that email features (notification, mailing of login data) works only if this variable is set.

mail_sendmail

None

If set to e.g. '/usr/sbin/sendmail -t -i', use this sendmail command to send mail. Default is to send mail by an internal function using SMTP.

navi_bar

[u'%(page_front_page)s', u'RecentChanges', u'FindPage', u'HelpContents',]

Most important page names. Users can add more names in their quick links in UserPreferences. To link to URL, use u"[url link title]", to use a shortened name for long page name, use u"[LongLongPageName title]". To use page names with spaces, use u"[page_name_with_spaces any title]" [list of Unicode strings]

nonexist_qm

0

Default for displaying WantedPages with a question mark, like in the original wiki (changeable by the user)

page_category_regex

u'^Category[A-Z]'

Pagenames containing a match for this regex are regarded as Wiki categories [Unicode]

page_credits

[...]

list with html fragments with logos or strings for crediting.

page_dict_regex

u'[a-z0-9]Dict$'

Pagenames containing a match for this regex are regarded as containing variable dictionary definitions [Unicode]

page_footer1

""

Custom HTML markup sent before the system footer (see HelpOnSkins)

page_footer2

""

Custom HTML markup sent after the system footer (see HelpOnSkins)

page_front_page

u'HelpOnLanguages'

Name of the front page. We don't expect you to keep the default. Just read HelpOnLanguages in case you're wondering... [Unicode]

page_group_regex

u'[a-z0-9]Group$'

Pagenames containing a match for this regex are regarded as containing group definitions [Unicode]

page_header1

""

Custom HTML markup sent before the system header / title area (see HelpOnSkins)

page_header2

""

Custom HTML markup sent after the system header / title area (see HelpOnSkins)

page_iconbar

["view", ...]

list of icons to show in iconbar, valid values are only those in page_icons_table. Available only in classic theme.

page_icons_table

dict

dict of {'iconname': (url, title, icon-img-key), ...}. Available only in classic theme.

page_license_enabled

0

Show a license hint in page editor.

page_license_page

u'WikiLicense'

Page linked from the license hint. [Unicode]

page_local_spelling_words

u'LocalSpellingWords'

Name of the page containing user-provided spellchecker words [Unicode]

page_template_regex

u'[a-z0-9]Template$'

Pagenames containing a match for this regex are regarded as templates for new pages [Unicode]

refresh

None

refresh = (minimum_delay_s, targets_allowed) enables use of #refresh 5 PageName processing instruction, targets_allowed must be either 'internal' or 'external'

shared_intermap

None

Path to a file containing global InterWiki definitions (or a list of such filenames)

show_hosts

1

Disable this option to hide host names and IPs

show_interwiki

0

Enable this option to let the theme display your interwiki name

show_login

1

Disable this option to get login/logout action removed

show_names

1

Disable this option to hide names from the info view and RecentChanges (this was previously done by show_hosts)

show_section_numbers

0

True to show section numbers in headings by default

show_timings

0

Shows some timing values at bottom of page - used for development

show_version

0

Show MoinMoin's version at the bottom of each page

sitename

u'Untitled Wiki'

Short description of your wiki site, displayed below the logo on each page, and used in RSS documents as the channel title [Unicode]

stylesheets

[]

List of tuples (media, csshref) to insert after theme css, before user css

superuser

[]

List of trusted user names with wiki system administration super powers (not to be confused with ACL admin rights!). Used for e.g. making full backups, software installation, language installation via SystemPagesSetup and more. See also HelpOnPackageInstaller.

theme_default

'modern'

the name of the theme that is used by default (see HelpOnThemes)

theme_force

False

If True, do not allow to change the theme

trail_size

5

Number of pages in the trail of visited pages

tz_offset

0.0

default time zone offset in hours from UTC

ua_spiders

...|google|wget|...

A regex of HTTP_USER_AGENTs that should be excluded from logging

url_mappings

{}

lookup table to remap URL prefixes (dict of 'prefix': 'replacement'); especially useful in intranets, when whole trees of externally hosted documents move around

url_prefix

'/wiki'

used as the base URL for icons, css, etc.

unzip_attachments_count

51

the number of files which are extracted from the zip file

unzip_attachments_space

200MB

this total amount of bytes can be used to unzip files.

unzip_single_file_size

2MB

size of a single file in the archive which will be extracted

user_autocreate

False

If set to True user accounts are created automatically (see HelpOnAuthentication).

user_checkbox_defaults

dict

Sets the default settings of the UserPreferences checkboxes. See multiconfig.py for the default settings. Example: user_checkbox_defaults = {'edit_on_doubleclick': 0}

user_checkbox_disable

[]

a list of checkbox names to be disabled in the UserPreferences. A disabled checkbox is displayed greyedout and uses the default value set in user_checkbox_defaults.

user_checkbox_fields

[...]

list of checkbox items, see multiconfig.py

user_checkbox_remove

[]

a list of checkbox names to be removed from the UserPreferences. A removed checkbox uses the default value set in user_checkbox_defaults.

user_email_unique

True

check emails for uniqueness and don't accept duplicates.

user_form_defaults

[]

a list of form defaults for UserPreferences.

user_form_disable

[]

a list of form field names to be disabled in the UserPreferences. A disabled field is displayed greyedout and uses the default value set in user_form_defaults.

user_form_fields

[...]

list of userprefs form items, see multiconfig.py

user_form_remove

[]

a list of form field names to be removed from the UserPreferences. A removed form field uses the default value set in user_form_defaults.

user_homewiki

Self

farmconfig: wiki where the user home pages are located (useful if you have many users). You could even link to nonwiki "user pages" if the wiki username is in the target URL.

xmlrpc_putpage_enabled

False

True to enable wikirpc's putPage call writing to the given pagename. When False, it always writes to PutPageTestPage instead of the given pagename.

xmlrpc_putpage_trusted_only

True

Require users using putPage call to be in Trusted group (usually achieved by http auth).

Some values can only be set from MoinMoin/config.py (part of the MoinMoin code and thus GLOBALLY changing behaviour of all your wikis), but not from the individual wiki's config - you should only touch them if you know what you are doing:

charset

'utf-8'

the encoding / character set used by the wiki

lowerletters

ucs-2 lowercase letters

Lowercase letters, used to define what is a WikiName

smileys

{}

user-defined smileys (a dict with the markup as the key and a tuple of width, height, border, image name as the value)

umask

0770

umask used on all open(), mkdir() and similar calls

upperletters

ucs-2 uppercase letters

uppercase letters, used to define what is a WikiName

url_schemas

[]

additional URL schemas you want to have recognized (list of strings; e.g. ['ldap', 'imap'])

Special options

Character Set

Moin uses unicode internally, and utf-8 for external output and input, like pages, html output and translation files. The external character set is defined in config.charset to utf-8. This setting is fine for all languages, as any character can be encoded in utf-8. You should not change this value, although technically it is possible.

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