applicationAudit each page as you view them for programming right set or not
Developed by

Caleb James DeLisle

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LicenseGNU Lesser General Public License 2.1


This script allows you to audit each page as you view them. It is easy to forget and save pages with programming permission which do not need it, and the less code which can run with programming permission, the better.

To use this extension, make sure you have the Firefox extension called Greasemonkey installed. Then install the user script on the download page.

You will have to tell greasemonkey which XWiki sites to run this script on and you have to be logged in for it to work. When it is working it will show you a word up in the top right corner of your top menu. It will say "PROGRAMMING" if the page is saved with programming access, "SAFE" if it is not and "PR TEST FAILED" if there was an error during testing.


Prerequisites & Installation Instructions

Runs in the browser, requires Firefox and Greasemonkey to run, might run in other browsers (chrome?) hasn't been tested.

Release Notes


Tested with Firefox 3.6.
Must be logged in to see the effect.

Tags: Greasemonkey

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