[development] Wiki module

David Caylor david at davidcaylor.com
Wed Aug 23 21:48:45 UTC 2006

The other thing thats needed is a wiki markup filter.  I think there were a 
couple of them started, including the one in Liquid.  None of them did what I 
wanted, so I put together a wiki markup filter using the Pear Text_Wiki 
package.  I haven't contributed it yet since I'm fairly new to Drupal and it 
was a fast job (not to mention the others that are already there somewhere).  
But people are welcome to go get it, and I'd be happy to contribute it.  I 
don't have lots of time to work with it though, and once it got to the level 
that it does what I needed...

Anyway, if anybody could use it, its here until I get around to getting an 
account to add it to drupal.org.


On Wednesday 23 August 2006 12:17, Bèr Kessels wrote:
> Op woensdag 23 augustus 2006 19:24, schreef Neil Drumm:
> > I recently helped set up a wiki for one of our client sites. We used:
> > - CCK (4.7)
> > - TinyMCE
> > - freelinking
> > - input_format_restrictions - a formapi hack module that lets you define
> > the default and available input formats for each node type [1]. I plan
> > on making a patch for core for this, but haven't had time. The first
> > step, in case anyone wants it, is being able to set the default and
> > available input formats when calling the function which generates that
> > form widget.
> Here is my recipe:
>  book module (It's great to be able to actually structure a wiki!)
>  node_privacy_by_role (we needed three groups that could not edit or see
> eachothers content. If you need more OG configured for books will be a good
> option)
>  freelinking
>  markdown icw with a properly configured input format. (My client found
> markdown far more "natural" then HTML or WikiSyntax)
>  inline module
>  upload module (icw inline provides a simple way to include images)
> Bèr

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