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« Reply #15 on: January 19, 2009, 07:40:04 PM »

I just tried signing up but I get a MediaWiki internal error.

Danger Mouse, you said you had copies of all the old stuff, have you put any of that up?

Can you give more detailed steps to reproduce that? I just created a dummy account and it worked fine...
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« Reply #16 on: January 19, 2009, 08:32:15 PM »

I just click the "login / create account" link and it immediately gives this error:
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MediaWiki internal error.

Original exception: exception 'MWException' with message 'SkinTemplate::makeTalkUrlDetails given invalid pagename User:' in /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/SkinTemplate.php:619
Stack trace:
#0 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/SkinTemplate.php(559): SkinTemplate->makeTalkUrlDetails('User:')
#1 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/SkinTemplate.php(434): SkinTemplate->buildPersonalUrls()
#2 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/OutputPage.php(821): SkinTemplate->outputPage(Object(OutputPage))
#3 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/Wiki.php(337): OutputPage->output()
#4 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/index.php(94): MediaWiki->finalCleanup(Array, Object(OutputPage))
#5 {main}

Exception caught inside exception handler: exception 'MWException' with message 'SkinTemplate::makeTalkUrlDetails given invalid pagename User:' in /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/SkinTemplate.php:619
Stack trace:
#0 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/SkinTemplate.php(559): SkinTemplate->makeTalkUrlDetails('User:')
#1 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/SkinTemplate.php(434): SkinTemplate->buildPersonalUrls()
#2 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/OutputPage.php(821): SkinTemplate->outputPage(Object(OutputPage))
#3 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/Exception.php(150): OutputPage->output()
#4 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/Exception.php(174): MWException->reportHTML()
#5 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/Exception.php(260): MWException->report()
#6 /f1/content/aquariawiki/public/wiki/includes/Exception.php(303): wfReportException(Object(MWException))
#7 [internal function]: wfExceptionHandler(Object(MWException))
#8 {main}
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« Reply #17 on: January 19, 2009, 10:43:19 PM »

This is just a shot in the dark, but a quick google of the error turned up a forum post from someone who was having the same error because they'd created an account with a tag in the name. However, the user name reported for your error is empty. I therefore suspect that the software may have given you a cookie that confuses itself into thinking you're logged in, even though you don't yet have an account.

Try clearing your cache and cookies (or, if you don't want to lose all your cookies, perhaps try it in a different browser or on a different computer).
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« Reply #18 on: January 20, 2009, 02:39:51 AM »

Checked my cookies - don't have any for that site
Tried another browser - same thing
Odd

Well I'll just post these notes I made a while ago on the elementeffects file if someone else wants to add it to the wiki. Sorry I haven't really explained each value much and I don't remember it all now anyways Roll Eyes
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EFX_ALPHA
Transparency Type
   0 = normal
   1 = additive
   2 = inverted
Transparency Level 1 (0 to 1)
Transparency Level 2 (0 to 1)
Speed (higher is slower)
Repeat (-1 = infinite)
Fade Back and Forth
   0 = False
   Non-zero = True

EFX_WAVY
Rigidity of attached end (min value = 2)
Unknown
Attached at
   0 = bottom
   Non-zero = top

EFX_SEGS
Horizontal Segments (min value = 2)
Vertical Segments (min value = 2)
Horizontal Frequency (0 to 2pi)
Vertical Frequency (0 to 2pi)
Horizontal Amplitude
Vertical Amplitude
Speed
Stretch Horizontally
   0 = False
   Non-zero = True
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« Reply #19 on: January 20, 2009, 06:42:28 AM »

OK Guy, here's another shot in the dark: what locale is your computer set to? See, I removed all unnecessary localizations from the wiki to save space, but if the software tries to auto-detect a localization based on your computers' locale setting, then maybe those localizations weren't so unnecessary after all.

In any case, I've inserted some logging code into the MediaWiki code that should hopefully help me understand what's going on. Would you mind clicking that link again so the error gets recorded in the log?

Thanks, and sorry about all this. This error has me stumped.
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« Reply #20 on: January 20, 2009, 07:54:01 PM »

Okay, clicked it again a few times. Bad news though: I changed my locale to US and tried again but found every page was now giving the same error! Changing my locale back again didn't fix it.
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« Reply #21 on: January 20, 2009, 08:52:04 PM »

Huh. Unfortunately, the logging code told me nothing I didn't already know. I'd have to dive deeper into the code to really deduce the cause of the problem. But, since removing those locale files was pretty much the only non-standard change I made to the installation, I'll just put them back and see what that does. Does it work now?
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« Reply #22 on: January 20, 2009, 10:27:26 PM »

Nope Sad
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« Reply #23 on: January 21, 2009, 04:09:51 AM »

OK. Here's what we know about the issue so far:

You know how there are three links at the top right: User page for your IP, talk page for your IP, and Log in / create user? The code that's throwing the exception appears to be trying to generate the link to the user page for your IP address. Instead of getting "User:x.x.x.x" like it's supposed to, the function receives just "User:". It then performs a series of checks, one of which is to identify links to namespaces with no parameters, like "User:" is, so that check fails and an exception is thrown.

What this says to me is that the software is either unable to obtain your IP address, or doesn't like what it gets and so discards it out of hand before it even reaches the stage of generating links for that toolbar.

When you go to showmyip.com, is there anything odd about your IP? Are you, perhaps, using IPv6? (Not sure how complete MediaWiki's IPv6 support is, although I did see some references to it in the code so at least some is ther.e)
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« Reply #24 on: January 21, 2009, 11:00:06 PM »

showmyip can read my IP fine. I'm using an Airport Extreme which does IPv6 tunneling. I've just tried turning it off and other stuff but nothing changes. Do I need any ports forwarded?
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« Reply #25 on: January 20, 2010, 01:59:53 AM »

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« Reply #26 on: June 09, 2010, 11:27:41 PM »

I added some new pages to the modding wiki today. I've put up tutorials on how to get functional singbulbs and healthplants into your mod. They're pretty simple, but didn't seem to be documented anywhere. A day or two ago, I added some casual tutorial-like stuff to the List of Nodes as well. Hope this proves helpful to people (like myself) just getting their feet wet when it comes to modding Aquaria.
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« Reply #27 on: July 05, 2010, 06:13:16 PM »

Thanks a lot, it is a cool addition  Smiley
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« Reply #28 on: November 13, 2010, 11:40:03 AM »

so maybe i am to dump but i didnĀ“t get it working right now. were did i install that wiki? thanx
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« Reply #29 on: March 27, 2011, 09:12:54 PM »

Maybe some have noticed, but the wiki appears to be down. It got a lot of spam, and I deleted it. I also switched the server to use the latest version of PHP as a blanket precaution against intrusion, and now it's not loading anymore. I intend to update to the most recent version of MediaWiki, and also look into what antispam provisions I can put up.

Unfortunately, I'm quite busy right now, and I need to know how urgent it is that I fix things. Was anyone even still using it?
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