Use a special pagename ["macro/YourMacro.py"] and start your macro with the line
#format pythonThis way, the macro can directly be put on the page without any modification, and as easily copied from that page. See the examples below.
|This macro lists all pages which have an attention symbol in them along with their last-modified date. Attention symbols areand|
|macro/Include.py||Richard Jonesemail@example.com||0.8||1.106||Hello, World!|
|This macro includes the formatted content of the given page, following recursive includes if encountered. Cycles are detected!
Now part of the CVS version!
|Generates a "typical" company mission statement|
|Lists the Orphan (some call them Zombies) pages (those with no ForwardLinks in MoinMoin)|
|Allows searches limited to certain portions of the wiki by specifying a "root" page and searching n links away from the root|
|Includes the first table on the indicated page, sorted by the given column (1=first column), using the indicated sorting type (out of: number, alpha, nocase and nosort), and preserving the first row of the table (or not = 0)|
|macro/EventsList.py||Shalabh Chaturvedi||shalabh at india.com||0.8||N/A||Not yet|
|Inserts a list events in a page where information about the events is extracted by parsing another wiki page. Filter can restrict events displayed.|
|Creates a table of contents for a page, with questions inserted in their various section headings. The questions should appear in the document preceded by "Q. ". This is good for putting at the top of FAQ pages.
I edited it a little, especially made it to run with the Python 2.0 Wiki FAQ page. -- jh
|macro/HTML.py||Christian Birdfirstname.lastname@example.org||0.8||N/A||[[HTML(<font size=20>big</font>)]|
|Is useful for outputing a very small snippet of HTML, like for changing font attributes or other things not supported by the wiki markup language|
|macro/ImageLink.py||Jeff Kunceemail@example.com||0.8||N/A||[[ImageLink(http://www.python.org,smile2.gif,border=0,alt="Go To Python")]] clicking the icon will take you to the Python home page|
|Displays a MoinMoin icon or an image from a URL. If a target is specified, clicking on the image links to a MoinMoin page or a URL. HTML IMG tag attributes (width, height, alt, etc)are supported.|
Note that the samples will only work after I added the macros to the active code base.
There are also some UtilityScripts.
If you are not familiar with Python and/or the MoinMoin code base, but have a need or an idea for a macro, this is the place to ask for it. Someone might find it useful, too, and implement it.