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From "Robert W. George" <rwgeo...@indiana.edu>
Subject Re: want to use a wiki
Date Tue, 16 Sep 2003 20:37:39 GMT
Dave Brondsema wrote:

>On Tue, 16 Sep 2003, Robert W. George wrote:
>
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>>Hello,
>>The documentation says that Forrest has some wiki support, but I can't
>>find anything on how to get rolling.  I would like to have a wiki for my
>>project, and have it linked to from within my pages (built with
>>Forrest).  Could someone help me out with this?  I have been taking
>>notes as I use Forrest to build my development site, and I plan to write
>>a tutorial based on my experiences with Forrest.  It would be nice to
>>have a complete section on how to integrate a wiki with forrest.  Thanks
>>for the help!
>>
>>Best,
>>Bob
>>
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>http://xml.apache.org/forrest/wiki-sample.html gives a description of how
>to wiki format that forrest can parse.  Simply save the files with a
>.cwiki extension.  However, this is simply a wiki source format, not a
>true wiki.  You cannot edit the files on the fly and the standard
>interwiki page linking does not work.
>
>For your case, it sounds like you should set up your wiki seperate from
>your forrest site and link between the two.  Don't forget to exclude the
>wiki urls. http://xml.apache.org/forrest/faq.html#ignoring_javadocs
>  
>


Thanks for the help.  I think you are right, because I DO want to have 
full wiki editing.  Do you have a suggestion for a good wiki to use? 
 There are so many.  I have only used PurpleWiki before and would gladly 
take suggestions on others.  Thanks again.


Best,
Bob






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