Know ye of such a beast ?
mark at bbprojects.net
Thu Nov 23 16:56:32 EST 2006
On 23 Nov 2006, at 22:42, Jan Erik Moström wrote:
> Reply to Mark Smith <mark at bbprojects.net> 06-11-22 19:03:
>> php-driven, markdown-aware, open source wiki/cms that has some
>> degree of version control, a flexible system for privs/access
>> control, is installable (or buildable) on OS X and has an easy
>> installer for windows ?
> It depends on what you want to do with it, I personally use both
> pmwiki (the best wiki I've played with) and drupal but for
> different things. The support for markdown in pmwiki is kind of
> limited but used in a "suitable way" it works fine (although
> linking etc is best done using the pmwiki markup language).
> Markdown in drupal works just fine ... but if you want linking
> etc between articles, revision handling etc then pmwiki is a
> better choice.
thanks Jan Erik,
After an initial play Drupal looks like it might suit better than
PmWiki. I think I'll set it up and see how things pan out.
Simple, reliable, complete Markdown support is essential.
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