giki

Giki (pronounced "geeky") is a wiki built on Git (and Rails)

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= Giki

Giki (pronounced "geeky") is a wiki built on Git (and Rails).

Be warned: this is a proof-of-concept, and is a long way from being ready for production use.

Each project is stored as a directory within db/projects/#{RAILS_ENV}, and is simply a git repository containing a *.markdown file for each page.

== Requirements

  • Rails 2.1
  • Git
  • git and BlueCloth gems

== To do

  • Delete pages
  • Add user support so we can put a wiki on a server and have commits happen as different users
  • View the change log for a single page
  • View previous revisions of a page
  • View the changes caused by a commit, in a nice diff format
  • Edit multiple pages and only commit when done
  • Commit a page after editing in an external editor
  • Copy the path of a page (or a project) to the clipboard, so it can be pasted into Terminal.app
  • Support git remotes, and pushing and pulling of projects
  • Allow projects stored elsewhere in the file system
  • Handle a whole directory tree of pages, rather than a flat list
  • Support formats other than markdown
  • Searching
  • Tagging
  • Make the CSS IE6/7 and Firefox 2/3 friendly
  • Make command-S when editing a page submit the form
  • Add a Giki logo to the header
  • Change the URLs from /projects/a/pages/b to just /a/b, at least for viewing pages

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