YaWiki PHP is a powerful Wiki system for collaborative document generation.
It supports both anonymous and authenticated users.
It uses an AreaMap page to generate a hierarchy of pages and navigational elements.
It supports page-level access control lists.
There is an optional comment system built-in, as well as RSS feeds for individual public pages.
Here are some key features of "YaWiki PHP":
· Uses the Yawp foundation for PHP applications.
· Built from PEAR and PEAR-compliant objects such as...
· Database abstracted with DB_Table; works on most anything from MySQL to Oracle, and self-installs the database tables
· RSS feeds for page content changes (all pages in all areas, all pages in one area, or one page in one area)
· Has a special AreaMap page that lets you define a page hierarchy for navigation elements
· Supports separate name spaces (called "areas") in one installation
· Supports anonymous users and user authentication
· An access control list that lets the wiki administrator control who can edit and view individual pages in each area
· A comment system for users who are not allowed to edit pages directly
· Theme-aware (build your own look and feel) using the Savant template system
· Yawp -- http://phpyawp.com/
· Savant2 -- http://phpsavant.com/
· Text_Wiki -- http://pear.php.net/package/Text_Wiki
· Text_Diff -- http://pear.php.net/package/Text_Diff
What's New in This Release:
· Schema Change: Added a column to yacs. Run the "docs/MIGRATE_021_022" SQL code against your database, otherwise comments won't post proeprly.
· Now requires Savant 2.4.0, as the default theme templates make extensive use of Savant2::_() to help automate output escaping.
· Fixed bug in search template noted by David Coallier and reported by Davey Shafik. Thanks, guys.
· Comment submission now redirects to the same page as the comment was posted on; previously, overzealous application of htmlspecialchars() interfered with proper redirection, sending the commenter to the HomePage for the area.
· Comment submission now captures the commenter's IP number.
· Comments are now deletable by the page administrator, not just the area administrator.