RstWiki - simple wiki/rst interface
RstWiki provides a simple standalone Wiki interface to a directory of .rst (reStructuredText) files. These .rst files are the sources to a Sphinx documentation instance. The interface is a simple rst-rendering application with basic authentication and VCS integration.
- Cheetah >= 2.4
- CherryPy >= 3.1.2
- Docutils >= 0.5
- Python >= 2.6
- Pygments >= 1.4
- GitDB == 0.5.2 (required for VCS integration)
- GitPython >= 0.3.1 (required for VCS integration)
- python-ldap >= 2.4 (required for LDAP authentication)
- Sphinx >= 1.0
- Dojo, CodeGlass
easy_install cheetah cherrypy docutils pygments gitdb==0.5.2 gitpythonto install dependencies
wiki.confand configure appropriately
- Ensure the session storage directory exists (by default, this is
There are two major configuration files. Options that should be modified for normal operation are listed below.
[global] server.socket_port - Listen for requests on this port. server.socket_host - Listen for requests on this IP address. Use 0.0.0.0 to bind to all interfaces. tools.sessions.storage_type - Type of session storage to use. One of "ram", "file", "postgresql". tools.sessions.storage_path - The directory to store session data when using "file" storage type. tools.sessions.timeout - Session timeout, in seconds.
[/_static] tools.staticdir.dir - The absolute path to the ``_static`` directory. [wiki] root - The absolute path to the directory in which wiki data will be stored. enable_vcs - Whether or not to use a VCS when managing wiki entries. If this is True, GitDB and GitPython must be installed. editable - Whether or not wiki contents should be editable. [auth] type - Type of authentication to use. One of "ldap", "bypass". [vcs] type - The type of version control system to use. Currently, only "git" is supported. repo - The address of the repository used to store and retrieve wiki data. push.enabled - Whether or not to push to upstream when a commit is made to the local repository. [api] base_url - The root URL for looking up api-doc directives. *Note* that there is an issue where when building the docs, this option is ignored and you currently have to manually set it in ``src/dojo.py``.
AFL/New BSD. See Dojo's LICENSE for details