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# tDiary configuration file $Revision: 1.18 $
#
#-------
# The items which you can't configure with browser
#-------
# Language setting
# If you use tDiary in English mode, you have to set @lang to 'en'.
# Or 'zh' for Traditional-Chinese.
@lang = 'en'
# @lang = 'zh'
# The directory where the diary's data are stored.(must)
# tDiary stores your diary's data in this directory. You usually
# assign this item to the directory which can't be accessed through WWW.
# This directory's permission is set so that WWW server can
# write files in it.
@data_path = 'data'
# The format of the diary(optional)
# If you change the format of the diary from the default,
# you must add some items to your configuration file.
# In default, tDiary uses tDiary2 format.
# What you must configure depends on the format of diary.
# Please see the document of the program which enable tDiary to
# use other format.
# If "#" of the two lines below are removed, tDiary uses tDiary1 format.
#require 'tdiary/pstoreio'
#@io_class = TDiary::PStoreIO
# Script names for reading or updating your diary(optional)
# You can set @index and @update to the script filenames for
# reading or updating your diary. Normally, these variables have
# the default value("./" and "update.rb"). But, if you specify these
# variables, you can use tDiary in case that you can't use "DirectoryIndex"
# or you want to use frame.
#@index = './'
#@update = 'update.rb'
# Multi-user mode(optional)
# You use @multi_user when your diary is written by plural persons.
# If you set this variable to "true", the multi-user mode is enabled and
# tDiary change its behavior. In the beginning of the sub-title, writer's name
# is inserted. The style is like "[user name] sub-title".
# The editing in multi-uses mode is dangerous. If plural persons
# write diary at the same time, the change which is saved precedently
# is ignored. You must be careful when you use multi-user mode.
# The words, "user name", is the name which is used when you login with browser.
# Don't forget to add necessary user names to "Require User" of .htaccess.
@multi_user = false
# path of plugins. (optional)
# In default, plugins are find from "plugin" directory under install
# path. But, when @plugin_path is set, tDiary will load plugins
# from it.
#@plugin_path = 'path of plugins'
# path of cache files. (optional)
# tDiary makes some cache files under @data_path/cache. You may specify
# any directory for cache files by this variable.
#@cache_path = 'path of cache files'
# options for plugins. (optional)
# Some plugins can receive options from tdiary.conf.
# ex: a option "foo" of plugin "sample".
# @options[sample.foo] = 'foobar'
# apply plugins after 1st applyeds plugin (true/false)
@options['apply_plugin'] = true
# User-Agent list that is considered as bot.
@options['bot'] = [
'^(Naverbot|Cowbot)-',
'^BlogLines/',
'^blogmap',
'^FAST-WebCrawler/',
'^Hatena Antenna/',
'MI[CK]AN/',
'^msnbot/',
'^NG/',
'^Openbot/',
'^samidare',
'^TAMATEBAKO/',
'^TomSoftAntenna'
]
# Control Links saving [true or false] (optional)
# Specify which saving only day mode (default). It means reducing 'referer
# noise' by access from 'Link page'. If this value to false, Today's Link
# begin to save links to top page of your diary.
@referer_day_only = true
#-------
# Items which you can configure with browser
#
# If necessary, you change these items.
# Once you do setting with browser,
# these items' value is not reflected even if you edit "tdiary.conf" directly.
#-------
# your name and mail address
# you set @author_name to your name and @author_mail to your mail
# address. These values are embedded in the HTML header of your diary.
@author_name = 'Your name'
@author_mail = 'foo@example.net'
# your top-page
# if your website has contents other than diary, you
# set @index_page to URL of your other website page, for example,
# the front page of your diary or the top-page of your website.
# This is embedded in the HTML header and at the beginning of
# your diary page.
@index_page = 'http://www.example.net/~foo/'
# The title
# This is the title of your diary.
# This must not have the HTML tag.
@html_title = 'foobar diary'
# Diary header
# You specify sentences which are embedded at the beginning
# of your diary. Please change sentences enclosed by "HEADER".
# Because this value is embedded as it is, you can use HTML tag. You
# can also use eRuby tag. You feel inconvenient if "%calendar" and "%navi"
# are not in the diary header.
#
# <%=calendar%>
# This is replaced with a calendar. This calendar has the links to
# other monthly page.
# <%=navi%>
# This is replaced with menus through which you can update your diary,
# do setting and so on.
#
@header = <<HEADER
<%= navi %>
<h1>Foo's diary</h1>
<%=calendar%>
HEADER
# Diary footer
# Like the diary header, you can set @footer to sentences which
# are inserted into the end of your diary page.
# Please change sentences enclosed by "FOOTER".
@footer = <<FOOTER
<%= navi %>
<p>If you want to delete this message, you move to "preferences" page and
edit the footer.</p>
<p style="font-size: x-large;">
It is better to read
<a href="doc/README.en.html">README</a>
and
<a href="doc/HOWTO-write-tDiary.en.html">How to write diary</a>
before you write diary.
</p>
FOOTER
# The format of date
# You can set @date_format to the format of date. The default value
# is "YYYY-MM-DD". You can use all the parameters of Ruby's Time::strftime.
# The words which are often used are "%Y"(dominical year), "%m"(month),
# "%b"(abbreviated month name), "%B"(full month name), "%d"(day),
# "%a"(abbreviated weekday name) and "%A"(full weekday name).
@date_format = '%Y-%m-%d'
# The anchor of the section and TSUKKOMI
# You specify words which are used as the section anchor(@section_anchor)
# and the TSUKKOMI anchor(@comment_anchor).
# These are enclosed by <a href="...">...</a> in your diary page.
# If you use span tag whose attribute is sanchor(section anchor) or canchor
# (TSUKKOMI anchor), the image is shown at the anchor in some themes.
@section_anchor = '<span class="sanchor">_</span>'
@comment_anchor = '<span class="canchor">_</span>'
# How many daily diaries do "Latest" page have?
# You decide how many daily diaries are shown in "Latest" page.
# If the number of the diaries doesn't attain the specified number,
# diaries in the previous month are also shown.
@latest_limit = 10
# Theme(theme name or URL of the CSS)
# You specify a theme or URL of the CSS. This determines
# the style of your diary. @theme has the default cascading
# style sheet. You can change this value and the look of your diary.
# In the theme directory, there are some themes. If you are interested in
# other themes, you try them by changing this value.
#
# Of course, you can write your own CSS file. In that case,
# you set @theme to "" and @css to the URL of your CSS file.
@theme = 'default'
@css = ''
# Show TSUKKOMI(true or false)
# You can decide whether today's TSUKKOMI is shown or not.
# If you set @show_comment to false, you can hide the TSUKKOMIs and
# readers of your diary can't read them. The diary author can
# read them in the "Update" page if you specify date.
@show_comment = true
# How many TSUKKOMIs are shown in "Latest" page and "Daily" page?
# If today's TSUKKOMI is shown, you specify how many TSUKKOMIs are
# shown at most in "Latest" page and "Daily" page.
@comment_limit = 3
# TSUKKOMI limit per a day
# When numbers of TSUKKOMI over this value in a day, nobody can
# make new TSUKKOMI. If you use TrackBack plugin, this value means
# sum of TSUKKOMIs and TrackBacks.
@comment_limit_per_day = 100
# Show today's links(true or false)
# You can decide whether today's links are shown or not. The link
# is the URL from which your diary visitor jump to your diary.
# By this, you can find the page which has the link to your diary.
# This makes it easy for you to communicate with people through diary.
# In default, tDiary shows this information to diary readers. If you
# don't want diary readers to know it, you set @show_referer to false.
# Even if this value is set to false, the author can know it in "Update" page
# if you specify the date.
@show_referer = true
# Time difference adjustment
# This item adjusts the date which is automatically inserted into
# the page of "update" form. The unit is hour, and you can
# use demical number.
#
# For example, if you want to handle the time until 2 a.m. as the previous day,
# you set this to -2. tDiary inserts the date which is older by 2 hours than the actual
# time.
@hour_offset = 0
#-----
# The items to which you can add values with browser
#
# Though you can set the standard values here, you can't do so
# with browser.
#-----
# URLs which are excluded from today's link (Regular Expression)
# You set a list of URLs which are not recorded as today's links to @no_referer
# If all the access are recorded, today's links have some noisy URLs.
# Because the purpose of today's links is to find URL which is linked to
# your diary, these noisy accesses are annoying; a search engine's access,
# an access from your website and a website fetcher's access.
# They are excluded if you set their URLs to @no_referer.
# It is better to add your diary's URL to @no_referer.
# The value must be the Array of Ruby and Array's contents are String
# of Ruby. Though these Strings are converted to Regular Expression
# of Ruby when compared, you can't use Regexp of Ruby.
@no_referer = [
'^' + Regexp.quote( base_url ), # Your diary
'^http://localhost[:/]',
'^http://192.168.',
'^http://172.1[6789]',
'^http://172.2[0-9]',
'^http://172.3[01]',
'^http://10.',
]
# URLs which are only recorded into Today's Link (Regular Expression)
# @only_volatile is an array of URLs to record into only Today's Link.
# When a referer match to this list, it will be recoreded to volatile
# list. This list will be cleared when you make new text in new day.
# Specify @only_volatile same style of @no_referer.
@only_volatile = [
]
# The rules which convert the specified URL to the word (Regular Expression)
# @referer_table is configured so that readable URLs are shown in
# today's links when you read "daily" page. You add an array of
# a URL which will be converted to Regexp and a word which tDiary
# replaced the URL with to @referer_table. If a part of URL is
# enclosed by parentheses, "\1", "\2", ... in the word are replaced with
# the enclosed parts of URL.
#
# By the rules below, tDiary replaces URLs from google with "google...".
@referer_table = [
['^http://www.google.com/search.*?q=([^&]*).*', 'google(\1)'],
#
# You must add a new rule above here.
#
# This rule abbreviates URLs which are not converted by the rules
# above and have more than 50 characters.
#
['^(.{50}).*$', '\1...'],
]
# Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) protection settings
#
# CSRF protection always checks request method and
# right referer value.
# Additional, you can specify protection method below:
# 1: Checking existens right referer value (no using protection key)
# 2: Checking protection key (allow null referer)
# 3: Checking both 1. and 2.
#
# If you use browsers don't send referer, set protection key
# and set this value to 2. When browsers don't send referer and set this
# value 1 or 3, you cannot update diary or change setting of tDiary.
#
# If you use normal browsers (these will send referer), set this value
# to 1 or 3. When you set to 3, you must set protection key.
#
# And if you set 2 or 3, a few plugins will not work good.
#
@options['csrf_protection_method'] = 1
# CSRF protection key
# You can set any string. If this key will be stolen, your diary will be
# attacked by CSRF.
# When csrf_protection_method is 1, this key is not used.
# When csrf_protection_method is 2 or 3 and key is null, you cannot change
# setting of tDiary.
@options['csrf_protection_key'] = ''
# Regexp of right referer checking
# tDiary add a URL of @update automatically. But if you want to use
# other URL (ex. your own portal site), specify this value.
# When this value has nil or null string, it has no match.
@options['csrf_protection_allowed_referer_regexp_for_update'] = ''
#----
# CGI configuration file(must)
#----
load_cgi_conf