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By Robin S
After forgetting the class name of the wonderful AdminPageFieldEditLinks module for what feels like the 100th time I decided I needed to give my failing memory a helping hand...
Autocomplete Module Class Name
Provides class name autocomplete suggestions for the "Add Module From Directory" and "Add Module From URL" fields at Modules > New.
Requires ProcessWire >= v3.0.16.
Install the Autocomplete Module Class Name module.
Add Module From Directory
Choose the type of autocomplete suggestions list: "Module class names from directory" or "Custom list of module class names". The latter could be useful if you regularly install some modules and would prefer a shorter list of autocomplete suggestions. The list of class names in the modules directory is generated when the Autocomplete Module Class Name module is installed. It doesn't update automatically (because the retrieval of the class names is quite slow), but you can use the button underneath when you want to retrieve an updated list of class names from the directory. Add Module From URL
If you want to see autocomplete suggestions for the "Add Module From URL" field then enter them in the following format:
[autocomplete suggestion] > [module ZIP url]
Example: RepeaterImages > https://github.com/Toutouwai/RepeaterImages/archive/master.zip Awesomplete options
The "fuzzy search" option uses custom filter and item functions for Awesomplete so that the characters you type just have to exist in the autocomplete suggestion item and occur after preceding matches but do not need to be contiguous. Uncheck this option if you prefer the standard Awesomplete matching. Custom settings for Awesomplete can be entered in the "Awesomplete options" field if needed. See the Awesomplete documentation for more information.
While trying to install 3.0.123, i encountered the following error:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '[' in /home/naucom5/public_html/wire/core/FunctionsAPI.php on line 469
In cPanel, i extracted the zip file to 'public_html', which created the directory 'processwire-master', and then moved the files from 'processwire-master' to 'public_html' (which previously had 1 unrelated directory).
Installation went well choosing Uikit profile, including connecting to database. Compatibility check ok (mod_rewrite error cleared after recheck), successful database connection, config.php saved, unchecked a few cleanup items, then the error message.
Any suggestions appreciated.
I love the option to export fields via the CMS, and wondered about using that export data in a module. Basicly, I'd want to configure a field using the CMS and then paste it's export data in the module code as a string, or save it in a seperate file I can read from the module code. Once I have that string as a variable or file, I'd want to run the same code the import option does... but then from my module code's install method!
Is that possible? It would save a lot of time configuring fields through the API.
By Johannes P.
My name is Johannes and this is the first time I'm posting something in this forum.
I get following error installing Processwire 2.7 in a subfolder:
2017-09-14 13:37:27 ? ? Missing system template: 'permission' (in /wire/core/ProcessWire.php line 262)
2017-09-14 13:59:35 ? http://www.domain.com/?/ Error: Exception: Missing system template: 'permission' (in /data/www/www.domain.com/docfinder/wire/core/ProcessWire.php line 262)
I have used "processwire-legacy-master.zip". Please see also the screenshots from the installing process:
Hoster is Plusserver (formerly HostEurope) on Linux and Apache/mysql.
I have tried also to install 2.8.62 but result in the same error.
Any ideas? Should I try to install the most recent versin of Processwire? I have to migrate an existing page to this new server, thats why I used the version 2.7