Extension talk:WikiTweet

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Parameter 3 to wikiTweeterRender() expected to be a reference[edit]

If you have this error:

Warning: Parameter 3 to wikiTweeterRender() expected to be a reference, value given in C:\xxx\mediawiki-1.16.x\includes\parser\Parser.php on line 3333

Change WikiTweet.php on the line 96 with removing the "&" in front of $parser:

function wikiTweeterRender($input, $args, &$parser)

Installation help[edit]

when I type in <wiki-tweet/> on a page, nothing appears. Is there any way to test the installation? I've checked that the tables are present in my database, and WikiTweet.config.php is set up correctly.

I'm also having the same problem. If I enter your example, <wiki-tweet rows="10" size="small" room="test-room"/>, nothing appears
I did notice that the Special:Version page is completely blank after installing the extention. Any help greatly appreciated. I am using Mediawiki 1.16.4,PHP 5.3.2-1.
You sent me details and I found in your config files that WikiTweet is not compatible with "RegexParserFunctions" extension because this guys overlaps basics parser functions. WikiTweet works perfectly with WM 1.16.4. --Faure.thomas 18:42, 23 April 2011 (UTC)

Tagging feature[edit]

I haven't used this yet but it seems like a great idea.

One question, though: Is it possible to add a tagging feature (or preferably auto-tagging feature) to the tweets? I would really like to be able to tag them into different categories and be able to view each associated tweet on each category page.

Thanks and best wishes, Kristen

Great extension![edit]

That's a really great extension! I´m happy I can use that on my wiki installation.

I created a brazilian portuguese (pt_BR) entry in the i18n file, but it appears that some other things need to be internationalized. Actually I had to change the referentes to the user pages, from "Utilisateur:Username" to "User:Username" to be able to get the links working.

I'd like to request, if possible, to create a way so we can get all tweets from a specific tag by pointing to a URL, just like a special page with parameters, for example: "Special:Tweet/sometag". Or maybe just a tag with a parameter to allow that.

I didn't understood the room concept, can you explain it? Thanks, Matheus16:51, 19 August 2010 (UTC)

Thanks Matheus for your message ! The concept of the rooms is like chat-room. You can put a wikitweet-room in a different page than the main wikitweet. If you enter a tweet into it, it will be shown only on this room, not in the others (except if you are subscribed to the room or to the user). Is it clear ?
Could you give me your modified files in sending them at my mail : faure.thomas @ gmail.com ? Thanks. --Thomas Fauré 11:53, 3 September 2010 (UTC)

Localisation help requested[edit]

Could you help out at translatewiki.net with a question on the meaning of "Create....feed into Mediawiki"? A screenshot of the twitter feed in action would be very useful too, in helping to understand the context of the messages. Lloffiwr 18:34, 10 May 2011 (UTC)

Mediawiki 1.18 no longer uses $wgMessageCache, which is referenced in code[edit]

Using WikiTweet in MediaWiki 1.18.x produces the following output in your error_log

[Tue Jan 17 14:48:14 2012] [error] [client XXXXXXXXXXXXX] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function addMessages() on a non-object in htdocs/extensions/WikiTweet/WikiTweet.php on line 57 [Tue Jan 17 14:52:53 2012] [error] [client XXXXXXXXXXXXX] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function addMessagesByLang() on a non-object in htdocs/extensions/WikiTweet/WikiTweet.php on line 60

Commenting out the lines will make the wiki useable again, but im not sure what you are disabling and probably destroying here. Does somebody now a more permant fix for this problem ?

This has been fixed in the current SVN version (0.10).

Database returned error "1146[edit]

Hi, I have install MW 1.16.5 and the WikiTweet extension. I have this error when I try to insert the tag (<wiki-tweet/>): A database query syntax error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software. The last attempted database query was: (SQL query hidden) from within function "wikiTweeterRender". Database returned error "1146: Table 'ngsn.mw_wikitweet' doesn't exist (localhost)".Retrieved from "http://NAME OF MY SERVER/ngsn/index.php?title=Main_Page" Any idea ? Thanks ! - Pierre

More info: fresh install of MW 1.16.5, no extensions. The error seems to refer to table that doesn't exist... Your documentation said: "Creation of WikiTweet DB tablesNothing to do : automatically done by the script." But except the include in the LocalSettings.php, do we have to do something else (except the /WikiTweet/WikiTweet.config.php to configure) ?

Error in MW 1.18[edit]

In a fresh MW 1.18 installation, I get the message: Notice: Undefined index: style in C:\xampp\htdocs\extensions\WikiTweet\WikiTweet.php on line 289 and nothing happens when I try to post a message.

Problem after installing WikiTweet[edit]

I've installed this plugin, my wikimedia version is 1.18, and then my wiki stopped working, it just stays a blank page, when i remove the installation it works again. Do you know what it is? I really need this plugin, it will help me a lot. Thanks.

Undefined index in WikiTweet.php & legal[edit]

Hi Thanks for the hard work on the extension. I'm very thankful for the people who take the time to write extensions.

Having a strange problem I get the following error message: Notice: Undefined index: style in ...../extensions/WikiTweet/WikiTweet.php on line 289.I'm running Mediawiki version 1.19.1, php 5.3.13 (apache2handler), & MySQL 5.5.21-log.

On unrelated matter, isn't there a possible legal problem calling the extension WikiTweet? It would seem especially so since the internal button just says: Tweet.

Oh, and since someone inside Mediawiki has broke the templates for the extensions -- pointing there all at git -- can you please post a link to the most up to date link for the extension. Thanks

--Christharp (talk) 02:21, 30 July 2012 (UTC)