DidiWiki is a small and simple WikiWikiWeb implementation written in C. Its intended for personal use for notes, Todo's etc. DidiWiki includes its own webserver and hopefully its as simple as just compiling, running and pointing your browser at it.
To build do the usage ./configure and make. You can then make install or run DidiWiki right from the src dir. On startup it'll tell you the address to point your browser at. You should then be ready to go.
If upgrading from an earlier version its a good idea to delete ~/.didiwiki/DidiHelp before running so you get the latest version of the help file.
Here are some key features of "DidiWiki":
· Built in webserver, no database, scripting language or wierd library requirements. Just compile, run and point your browser at it.
· Tiny binary size, weighing in at approx 25k stripped. Thus practical for embedded use ( eg Handhelds ).
· Kwiki like syntax. Support for tables, lists, images etc.
· Web standards compliant generated markup.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bump up version,
src/wiki.c: (wiki_print_data_as_html), (wiki_get_pages), (wiki_handle_http_request):
· Fix italic brokeness. Add check for extra /'s in req path.
· Update for 0.5 release.