This will register a command, which will be called via the 'do' parameter (do=action).
RegCommand(Name, Subroutine, Display)
Name - This is the name to associate with the action.
Subroutine - This should be the subroutine that is called when the action you specify is called via the 'do' parameter. Must be entered in this format: \&SubroutineName
Display - Beginning with Aneuch 0.40, the display variable was added. This is what will show up in the visitor log for the command you are defining. There are a couple of things you can put in here:
These are actual examples from the Aneuch source code:
RegCommand('admin', \&DoAdmin, 'was in Administrative mode, doing %s');
This will register the command 'admin', and specify that the subroutine DoAdmin should be called. This would take place by the user calling "?do=admin". It will show up in the visitor log as "was in Administrative mode, doing <admin page name>".
RegCommand('revision', \&DoRevision, 'was viewing revision %d of page %s');
This will register the command 'revision', and specify that the subroutine DoRevision should be called. It will show up in the visitor log (as an example) as "was viewing revision 10 of page HomePage".