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A very small but fully functional wiki
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This is μWiki, a very small but fully functional wiki. It is as much an exercise in modular WSGI development as a functional product. The total code base is currently about 3500 lines of code, of which only about 150 lines are the wiki proper. Everything else is infrastructure. The current code base is the result of a major overhaul that added user authorization through Facebook and OpenID (currently hard-coded to use Google, but that's easy to change). Some more work is needed to make it easy for someone besides me to install it. But this is more or less what you have to do: 1. Make a copy of initial-content. If you are going to run μWiki under a web server running as some other user then you also need to give appropriate write permissions into the content directory. 2. Edit config.py. At a minimum you have to set content_root to point to whereever you put your copy of initial_content. You should also install your Facebook application ID (if you don't have one you can get one at http://developers.facebook.com/setup/) and at least one email address in the admins variable. 3. Start μWiki. To run locally: python -i driver.wsgi. To run under a server, make sure your content directory has appropriate privileges set, and point a WSGIScriptAlias (or whatever your server uses) to driver.wsgi. 4. Point your browser at whatever URL you are running at and follow the directions there to complete the setup process. Send comments, questions and bug reports to email@example.com