This web application will be a wiki system, storing pages into a Git repository.
No release yet. Work in progress.
This project is new, and for the moment, it only reads and display content from a Git repository. Features to create and modify wiki page with the browser will be provided later (Contributions are welcomed).
Main existing features:
- Support of the Dokuwiki syntax and extended tags (support of others wiki syntaxes is planned of course);
- user protocols for links: you can define "protocols" for urls to have aliases to real urls;
- store anything in your repository and where you want: images, pdf, xml files etc.. ;
- hidden files: files or directory begining by a dot are not accessible with a browser;
- support of several syntax or type file: assign a rendering engine to specific file extensions;
- multiviews: in an URL, the extension part of a filename is not required, Gitiwiki will find the right file. So later you can modify the extension (and so the wiki syntax for example) without modifying URL in other files;
- support of redirections: you rename a file or move your page, even to an other site? Indicate it to Gitiwiki.
- support of books: define a page including a summary, the files list of your book, and Gitiwiki adds navigation bar automatically on web pages. In the future, you could also generate PDF.
A demo ? Go to the web site of Jelix manuals to see Gitiwiki in action.