Well, one of the pages in it, at least. Let me explain before you start jumping on my back, though: I am adding some information to the FAQ about how to set the class path in Linux. After submitting some of my changes to see how they show up, the Wiki throws an exception when I try to access the page. You can visit http://test.javaranch.com/wiki/view?HowToSetTheClasspath to see the error message for yourself, so I won't paste it here. Can I do something to fix this myself? Or does the admin need to do something? Please let me know and I'll be more than happy to help out. Layne p.s. I saved the original content along with my additions as a local text file. I can restore them as soon as I can have access to this particular WikiPage. [ February 12, 2004: Message edited by: Layne Lund ]
Thanks for letting us know, Layne. I worked with this a bit; the previous text is currently restored, but the page is (apparently) not editable at the moment. I'm not sure what's going on; will give Friki creator Frank Carver a chance to take a look before I attempt further meddling.
The page is restored now, though the history is gone. Well, it's been moved to a backup directory, because I couldn't figure out how to make my hand edits mesh with the history without creating other problems. We're still working on the underlying problem that set this off initially. Hopefully Layne won't break it again right away.
I sure hope I don't break it again any time soon, either. Fortunately, I had my modifications on the clipboard so I could paste them to a text editor and save them as a local file. I finished my comments and posted them to the Wiki now, so you don't have to worry so much about the archived/backed-up version. Thanks a lot for your help. I hope you figure out how to fix the underylying problem so it doesn't happen again.