Wiki-toki is meant for private use and as such you need to logging to see or edit its pages. To login you only type a passphrase (there are no separate users, as it's meant for a single person).
- Pages are written in Markdown
- Live page preview while editing
- Preview of linked images
- Search, both for titles and content
- Page sharing: you can share certain pages so they are visible through a special URL
- Upload files to pages
- Renaming pages
The big missing feature is versioning: once you edit, there's no way to go back to previous versions.
To start it, you have to pass the configuration as environment variables:
npm_package_config_store_directory=tmp/store \ npm_package_config__passphrase=secret-password \ npm_package_config_session_secret=some-better-secret \ npm_package_config_quiet=1 \ node app.js
npm_package_config_quiet variable, which suppresses a
startup message. You might need that to run Wiki-Toki on your web
Running the tests
You can run the unit tests with
buster-test, and the functional
tests by running
testem and going to http://localhost:7357 with a
The picture and PDF link icons are made by Jozef Krajčovič, and taken from https://www.iconfinder.com/iconsets/document-icons-2.
The search icon is made by Yannick Lung, and was taken from https://www.iconfinder.com/icons/314478/search_icon#size=16.
The trashcan icon is also made by Yannick Lung, and was taken from https://www.iconfinder.com/iconsets/freecns-cumulus.
The add attachment icon is made by Linh Pham Thi Dieu, and was taken from https://www.iconfinder.com/icons/763486/add_circle_new_outline_plus_sign_stroke_icon#size=128.