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Re: Need some wiki functionality w/o large overhead

by idsfa (Vicar)
on Mar 15, 2006 at 19:45 UTC ( #536919=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Need some wiki functionality w/o large overhead

Kwiki is written in perl and very easy to get up and running. CPAN page

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Re^2: Need some wiki functionality w/o large overhead
by hesco (Deacon) on Mar 16, 2006 at 00:33 UTC
    Just to be clear, I'm not looking for a wiki to install but for a module or two that would provide two small areas of functionality I associate with a wiki:

  • visually present the diff between any two versions of a document
  • tracking versions of a document

    I'd appreciate ideas of how I can do that with __minimal__ overhead. I'd rather not glom on an entire wiki packge for just two small features.

    -- Hugh

      Then you're focusing on the wrong thing. You want modules that will diff the files for you and an interface to a revision control system:

      Harley J Pig

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[LanX]: monklinks are automatically converted ...
[LanX]: On another node, I just saw yesterday that the everything engine supports auto-paragraph whithout the need to type <p>
LanX i.e. the newest everything engine
[holli]: nice. i never thought of hosting a script on the site
[LanX]: It's not a perfect solution, since it means invoking the monastery several times, but IMHO still better than hosting on another server
[holli]: i'm surprised it even executes. the server sends text/plain AND a content-dispositio n header

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