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README

Ōlelo is a wiki that stores pages in a Git repository. See the demo installation at http://www.gitwiki.org/.

Features

A lot of the features are implemented as plugins.

  • Edit, move or delete pages
  • Support for hierarchical wikis (directory structure)
  • Upload files
  • History (also as RSS/Atom changelog)
  • Access control lists
  • Support for multiple text engines (Creole, Markdown, Textile, ...)
  • Section editing for creole markup
  • Embedded LaTeX/Graphviz graphics
  • Syntax highlighting (embedded code blocks)
  • Image resizing, SVG to bitmap conversion
  • Auto-generated table of contents
  • Templates via include-tag
  • XML tag soup can be used to extend Wiki syntax
  • View pages as S5 presentation

Installation

First, you have to install the Gem dependencies via gem:

gem install creole
gem install gitrb
gem install mimemagic
gem install slim
gem install rack
gem install unicorn

Optional:

gem install rdiscount
gem install RedCloth
gem install maruku
gem install rubypants
gem install evaluator
gem install org-ruby
gem install yajl-ruby
gem install nokogiri

Then, run the program using the command in the application directory:

unicorn

Point your web browser at http://localhost:8080.

Git-Wiki automatically creates a repository in the directory ./.wiki. For production purposes, I recommend that you deploy the wiki with Unicorn. I tested other webservers like thin, rainbows, webrick and mongrel. Git-Wiki works with all of them thanks to rack.

Configuration

You might want to deploy the wiki on a server and want to tweak some settings. Just copy the default configuration config/config.yml.default to config/config.yml. You can specify a different configuration file via the environment variable WIKI_CONFIG.

export WIKI_CONFIG=/home/user/wiki_config.yml

Dependencies

Optional Dependencies

Dependencies for page rendering

At least one of these renderers should be installed: