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Org-Kungfu is for using org-mode with Confluence.

Here’s how does it work, it’s very simple:

./images/org-kungfu.png

I started out attempting to write this tool in pure Emacs Lisp, but I have failed. As the original author of Org-Jira, I thought this should be easy, since both Jira and Confluence are from the same company, but it turns out I was wrong.

In the end, I wrote it in Perl, Org-mode (for Literate Programming), and a little bit Emacs Lisp.

Usage

Here’s how to use it (see the Usage section in org-kongfu.org):

./org-kungfu -w WIKIURL -u USERNAME -p PASSWORD e -p PAGE_ID

Required Perl packages

Before you can use this script, you need make sure you have the following Perl packages installed:

  • Config::Simple
  • HTTP::Request::Common
  • LWP::UserAgent
  • JSON
  • Mojo::DOM

Known Bugs

This tool is part of my system-config project, it’s not stand alone, some features may require the system-config scripts installed.

And, I have not tested it out of system-config😅.

It’s also still work in progress, some desired features have not been worked out yet, for e.g., automatically uploading images in Org-mode to Confluence.

Your help is welcome!

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