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README.mdwn

AmuseWiki

This is a wiki engine using the Text::Amuse markup (based on and mostly compatible with Emacs Muse) and a Git backend. It can work as a read-only site, as a moderated wiki, or as a fully open wiki or even as a private site. On a single instance you can run as many sites you want.

The application is written in Perl and uses the AmuseWikiFarm namespace (for legacy reason, as its predecessor used the AmuseWiki namespace).

The application has an extensive test suite. However, do not run make test in the production directory. If you want to run the tests, do it in a dedicated checkout, as tests leave a lot of files behind.

Documentation

The official documentation can be found on https://amusewiki.org

If for some reason the site is offline you can find the muse source files in the GitHub repository. Notable entries are listed below.

Install and upgrade

Site setup, customization, user roles, SSL certificates

Editing

Localization