I didn't notice anything, but I wasn't looking for anything either.
Great. I also thank Ism and Josh for this (and Gary and a2h).On a related note: Is there a way I could get to wiki's sql? I don't want to modify anything, but I am trying to create a manual type of thing and what I do now is get the whole page and just cut out the article. It would be a lot faster, less bandwidth intensive and easier if I could get the article from the database at the first place. Maybe some read only account could be made (is there even such a thing)?
Consider using the wiki's bot API. It won't get you direct access to the mysql, but it will bypass the parser that generates the html for the page.http://enigma-dev.org/docs/wiki/api.php?action=query&prop=revisions&rvprop=content&rvlimit=1&format=xml&titles=<<PageTitleGoesHere>>