Last modified: 2006-06-01 17:08:46 UTC
I've spent most of the past year travelling through Central America without a
computer yet I've successfully been developing enhancements to the English
essential to see how they work to develop such enhancements.
We already have:
(and matching .js files)
but not these:
The main difference is these files will not be editable but the edit tab could
become the "View source" tab as when a non-sysop tries to edit a protected page.
I would assume that those developing such enhancements could access the
Subversion repo to check out the latest skin files, including templates and CSS.
This bug could set a precedent of allowing access to bits of the MediaWiki code
itself through the wiki, which might sound all futuristic and "cool" and nice
and what have we, but it starts to add to the clutter. We'd need a new means of
addressing such content title-wise; new link syntaxes, etc.
These files are all visible. Pop them in your URL bar or use a browser that lets you
conveniently link to them from a view-info box.