Mon May 11 15:13:52 GMT 2009
there has been some (old) discussion on self-documenting code for
Wikka components, i.e. pulling phpDoc headers from files and output
parsed and formatted data in wiki pages.
Please note that the above discussion is obsolete, as all Wikka Devs
are fluently speaking phpDoc by now :) I would be very interested in a
plugin doing the job of parsing and formatting phpDoc headers as it
would make a great addition to open source projects using Wikka as a
Unfortunately, I don't think there has been much progress on this
discussion lately, but I'd love to hear your thoughts (on a dedicated
page at wikkawiki.org maybe?)
On 11 May 2009, at 15:47, Spot wrote:
> I apologize. I was not clear as to what I am asking.
> Assuming it does not already exist, we want to write our own
> exporter for phpDoc to push documentation into WikkaWiki.
> So I need to be pointed to any documentation on inserting pages/
> content through from a script.
> Brian Koontz wrote:
>> On Mon, May 11, 2009 at 02:30:44AM -0500, Spot wrote:
>>> First off, great project. It has the perfect balance of security/
>>> functionality for what we are doing.
>>> Second, we are looking for a solution to get phpDoc output
>>> directly into wikipages. If there is something already out there,
>>> please let me know.
>> Off the top of my head, I do not. One of the other devs might
>>> That being said, is there documentation on manually adding wiki
>>> pages to the system, along with content. A process to be followed?
>>> Or does this need to be a try & fail until success deal?
>> Well, the "normal" process is to create a new page (just type the
>> of the new page in the URL), then click "create this page" and go for
>> it. There's a comprehensive wiki markup help page in the editor
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