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Id: 8667
Status: resolved
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Queue: Kwiki-Users-Remote

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Requestors: gorzala [...] statistik.uni-dortmund.de
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Subject: cant registrate this plugin in kwiki-wiki
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Hi, i am useing perl verion 5.6.1 on debian woody. kwiki is runing as cgi-script (not under mod_perl) kernel version 2.4.24 (surely not important:-) ok the problem. when i want to registrate the plugin: kwiki -add Kwiki::Users::Remote I get the following error-message: Generating Kwiki Registry './plugin/registry.dd' Can't locate object method "register" via package "Kwiki::Users::Remote" (perhaps you forgot to load "Kwiki::Users::Remote"?) at /usr/local/share/perl/5.6.1/Spoon/Registry.pm line 42. Marc
Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 09:27:15 -0500
From: Ian Langworth <bass [...] ccs.neu.edu>
To: Guest via RT <bug-Kwiki-Users-Remote [...] rt.cpan.org>
Subject: Re: [cpan #8667] cant registrate this plugin in kwiki-wiki
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On 30.Nov.2004 05:55AM -0500, Guest via RT wrote: Show quoted text
> i am useing perl verion 5.6.1 on debian woody. > kwiki is runing as cgi-script (not under mod_perl) > kernel version 2.4.24 (surely not important:-)
Sounds like you need ultra-stability :) Show quoted text
> ok the problem. > when i want to registrate the plugin: > kwiki -add Kwiki::Users::Remote > I get the following error-message: > Generating Kwiki Registry './plugin/registry.dd' > Can't locate object method "register" via package "Kwiki::Users::Remote" (perhaps you forgot to load "Kwiki::Users::Remote"?) at /usr/local/share/perl/5.6.1/Spoon/Registry.pm line 42.
You need to "kwiki -add Kwiki::UserName::Remote", but *not* K::Users::R... Instead, Users needs to be added to your config.yaml, like: users_class: Kwiki::Users::Remote So, K::UserName::R should only be in the "plugins" file and K::Users::R should only be mentioned in the "config.yaml" file. Sorry for the ambiguity. -- Ian Langworth Project Guerrilla Northeastern University College of Computer and Information Science


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