WordPress的IIS版本

    昨天才知道原来从WP2.8开始就有IIS版本了。

    在官方的版本存档中可以找到所有版本:http://wordpress.org/download/release-archive/

    Beyond Compare来对比一下WP 2.8.5和WP 2.8.5-IIS普通版,发现两点不同:

    1、源码部分akismet插件的版本不一样,这个估计是没有同步好早成的



    2、IIS版本在源码文件夹WordPress外层多了三个文件。罗列一下,有兴趣的同学可以来解读一下都是干什么用的。

    install.sql

    USE PlaceholderForDbName;
    
    DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS add_user ;
    
    CREATE PROCEDURE add_user()
    BEGIN
    DECLARE EXIT HANDLER FOR 1044 BEGIN END;
    GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON PlaceholderForDbName.* to 'PlaceholderForDbUsername'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'PlaceholderForDbPassword';
    FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
    END
    ;
    
    CALL add_user() ;
    
    DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS add_user ;
    

    manifest.xml

    <!-- wp-version 2.8.5 -->
    <MSDeploy.iisApp>
    	<iisApp path="wordpress"/>
    	<dbmysql path="install.sql" />
    	<setAcl path="wordpress/wp-content"
    		setAclUser="anonymousAuthenticationUser"
    		setAclAccess="Modify" />
    	<alias from="wordpress/wp-config-sample.php" to="wordpress/wp-config.php" />
    </MSDeploy.iisApp>

    parameters.xml

    <parameters>
    <!--  WordPress parameters.xml file
    	This file has been updated to incorporate a number of
    	improvements since the original was released with the WebPI and
    	WebDeploy Release Candidates.  These improvements will be
    	available with the RTW versions of the WebPI and WebDeploy.
    
    	There will be commentary at each section to describe the changes
    	and why they were made.  All of the additional functionality
    	described here, and available with the RTW, is documented as
    	part of the updated Web Application Packaging Guide.
    -->
    
    <!--  One of the new features provides for localization of text
    	strings within the parameters.xml file.  This localization can
    	be applied to "description" and "friendlyName" attributes of a
    	parameter.
    
    	There are ten (10) well known parameters which are identified by
    	their tags.  For these ten (10) parameters, the Web Deployment
    	Tool will automatically generate the correct description and
    	friendly name for each of ten (10) locales.  These locales and
    	the details of the translation mechanism are documented in the
    	updated Packaging Guide.
    
    	NOTE: If a well known parameter has a description or a
    	friendlyName set, the Web Deployment Tool will not apply any
    	default text.
    
    	NOTE: There are a few parameters for WordPress which are not
    	in the list of well known parameters.  These parameters have
    	English descriptions and friendlyNames only.  Please refer to
    	the updated Packaging Guide for information on providing
    	additional translations for these parameters.
    -->
    
    
    <!--  The Application Path parameter is one of the ten well known
    	parameters which have descriptions and friendly names
    	automatically available.
    -->
    
    <parameter
    	name="AppPath"
    	defaultValue="Default Web Site/wordpress"
    	tags="iisapp"
    	>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="ProviderPath"
    	scope="iisapp"
    	match="wordpress"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    
    <!-- Database Parameters
    	The tags provided here tells the UI being used what type of
    	parameter this is.  The UI can then construct an appropriate
    	dialog for the database parameters, or fill them in if the user
    	doesn't need to provide them
    -->
    
    <!-- This parameter prompts the user for the database server name.
    	Note that this parameter has only one parameterEntry element.
    	This parameter is used with the configuration file and the
    	connection string.  It is not used within the SQL script itself
    	like some of the other parameters are.
    -->
    
    
    <parameter
    	name="DbServer"
    	defaultValue="localhost"
    	tags="MySQL,dbServer"
    	>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	match="localhost"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    <!-- This parameter prompts the user for the database name. We have
    	set a validation RegEx on this parameter, as MySQL will not accept
    	a username that has more than 16 characters.
    -->
    <parameter
    	name="DbName"
    	defaultValue="wordpress"
    	tags="MySQL,dbName"
    	>
    	<parameterValidation
    	type="RegularExpression"
    	validationString="^\w{1,16}$"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="install.sql"
    	match="PlaceholderForDbName"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	match="putyourdbnamehere"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    <!-- This parameter prompts the user for the database username. We
    	have set a validation RegEx on this parameter, as MySQL will not
    	accept a username that has more than 16 characters.
    -->
    <parameter
    	name="DbUsername"
    	defaultValue="wordpressuser"
    	tags="MySQL,DbUsername"
    	>
    	<parameterValidation
    	type="RegularExpression"
    	validationString="^\w{1,16}$"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="install.sql"
    	match="PlaceholderForDbUsername"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	match="usernamehere"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    <!-- This parameter prompts the user for the database user's password.
    -->
    <parameter
    	name="DbPassword"
    	tags="New,Password,MySQL,DbUserPassword"
    	>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="install.sql"
    	match="PlaceholderForDbPassword"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	match="yourpasswordhere"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    <!-- Prompts for the admin creds and uses it for the administrator
    	connection string. This is used to create a login and assign
    	permissions. The MySQL tag indicates it is a parameter required
    	for MySQL.  The DbAdminUsername tag indicates it should be used
    	when the user is creating a new database. If they're not, it
    	can be filled in with the DbUsername value.  The UI should be
    	able to figure out whether or not the user needs to be prompted
    	for this.
    -->
    
    <parameter
    	name="DbAdminUsername"
    	defaultValue="root"
    	tags="MySQL,DbAdminUsername"
    	>
    </parameter>
    
    <!-- Prompts for the admin password and uses it for the administrator
    	 connection string.
    -->
    <parameter
    	name="DbAdminPassword"
    	description="Password for the database administrator account."
    	tags="Password,MySQL,DbAdminPassword"
    	>
    </parameter>
    
    <!-- This is the hidden admin connection string used to run the
    	database scripts.  Note that this connection string is just
    	used here, and will probably be different from the connection
    	string that is used by the application itself.
    
    	The "Validate" tag tells the WebPI to validate that this
    	Connection String works prior to performing the rest of the
    	installation.
    -->
    
    <parameter
    	name="Connection String"
    	defaultValue="Server={DbServer};Database={DbName};uid={DbAdminUsername};Pwd={DbAdminPassword};"
    	tags="Hidden,MySQLConnectionString,Validate,MySQL"
    	>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="ProviderPath"
    	scope="dbmysql"
    	match="install.sql"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    
    <!-- WordPress specific parameters -->
    
    <!-- There were a number of parameters which relied on the
    	TextFilePosition parameterEntry type to define the section of a
    	file to be replaced.  The TextFilePosition type is considered
    	fragile, as any change to the target file that occurs before the
    	text to be replaced will invalidate the position.
    
    	We are now using TextFile, which relies on a Regular Expression
    	(RegEx) to identify the text to change.  There are some
    	parameters, where the text to be replaced is not unique enough
    	to target on it's own.  In those cases, we used  RegExes with
    	Lookbehind constructs to uniquely identify the text segment
    	to be replaced.
    -->
    
    <parameter
    	name="Key1"
    	friendlyName="Unique Key for Passwords"
    	description="Unique phrase used to strengthen your password."
    	defaultValue="put your unique phrase here"
    	tags="PHP"
    	>
    	<parameterValidation
    	type="RegularExpression"
    	validationString="^[^&#039;\\]+$"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	match="(?&lt;=AUTH_KEY&#039;, &#039;)put your unique phrase here"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    <parameter
    	name="Key2"
    	friendlyName="Unique Key for Secure Passwords"
    	description="Different unique phrase used to strengthen SSL passwords."
    	defaultValue="put your unique phrase here"
    	tags="PHP"
    	>
    	<parameterValidation
    	type="RegularExpression"
    	validationString="^[^&#039;\\]+$"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	match="(?&lt;=SECURE_AUTH_KEY&#039;, &#039;)put your unique phrase here"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    <parameter
    	name="Key3"
    	friendlyName="Unique Key for Authentication"
    	description="Different unique phrase used to strengthen authentication."
    	defaultValue="put your unique phrase here"
    	tags="PHP"
    	>
    	<parameterValidation
    	type="RegularExpression"
    	validationString="^[^&#039;\\]+$"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	match="(?&lt;=LOGGED_IN_KEY&#039;, &#039;)put your unique phrase here"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    <parameter
    	name="Key4"
    	friendlyName="Second Unique Key for Authentication"
    	description="Another unique phrase used to strengthen authentication."
    	defaultValue="put your unique phrase here"
    	tags="PHP"
    	>
    	<parameterValidation
    	type="RegularExpression"
    	validationString="^[^&#039;\\]+$"
    	/>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="TextFile"
    	scope="wordpress\\wp-config.php"
    	match="(?&lt;=NONCE_KEY&#039;, &#039;)put your unique phrase here"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    
    
    <!-- Set the correct path for the ACL based on the AppPath selected
    	by the user.
    -->
    
    <parameter
    	name="SetAclParameter1"
    	defaultValue="{AppPath}/wp-content"
    	tags="Hidden"
    	>
    	<parameterEntry
    	type="ProviderPath"
    	scope="setAcl"
    	match="wordpress/wp-content"
    	/>
    </parameter>
    </parameters>
    


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