CGI::Wiki::Kwiki - An instant wiki built on CGI::Wiki.
A simple-to-use front-end to CGI::Wiki. It can be used for several purposes: to migrate from a CGI::Kwiki wiki (its original purpose), to provide a quickly set up wiki that can later be extended to use more of CGI::Wiki's capabilities, and so on. It uses the Template Toolkit to allow quick and easy customisation of your wiki's look without you needing to dive into the code.
Creates a new CGI::Wiki::Kwiki object. Expects some options, most have defaults, a few are required. Here's how you'd call the constructor - all values here are defaults, the values you must provide are marked.
my $wiki = CGI::Wiki::Kwiki->new( db_type => 'MySQL', db_user => undef, # required db_pass => '', db_name => undef, # required formatter_type => 'Default', allowed_tags => ['p','b','i','pre'], site_name => 'CGI::Wiki::Kwiki site', admin_email => 'email@invalid', template_path => undef, # required home_node => 'HomePage', cgi_path => CGI::url(), search_map => './search_map', );
the db_type and formatter_type refer to CGI::Wiki::Store::[type] and CGI::Wiki::Formatter::[type] classes respectively.
Valid values for db_type are 'MySQL', SQLite', etc, see the CGI::Wiki man page and any other CGI::Wiki::Store classes you have on your system. db_user and db_pass will be used to access this database.
Likewise, valid values of formatter_type are 'Default', 'Kwiki', 'POD', etc. allowed_tags is a list of HTML that is allowed, and is passed to the formatter object. Not all formatter objects use this information.
This method tries to create the store, formatter and wiki objects, and will die() if it has a problem. It is the calling script's responsibility to catch any exceptions and tell the user.
Runs the wiki object, and outputs to STDOUT the result, including the CGI header. Takes no options.
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Tom Insam (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thanks to Kake for writing CGI::Wiki, and providing the initial patches to specify store and formatter types in the config. And for complaining at me till I released things.
Copyright (C) 2003 Tom Insam. All Rights Reserved.
This module is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.