Now, if you like to edit the pages in your favorite editor, without the limitations of most web browsers' text areas, use w3m as your browser (which is my favorite way; but not everybody likes text based browsers...). Or you can use editmoin, a configurable python wrapper, which I will continue to improve a little bit (original homepage: https://moin.conectiva.com.br/EditMoin).
Please, everybody, have a look at WantedPages, and every now and then clean up or relink OrphanedPages. Note that some OrphanedPages are not actually orphaned, because the are [[Include()]]d somewhere. Additionally, please check out
html2wiki.pl is a simple perl script to help moving existing HTML pages into the Wiki "Content Management System". It converts most of typical HTML markup into useable Moin-style Wiki-Markup. You will still need to make some adjustments, of course.
wiki-moin.vim is good for improved syntax highlighting in my favorite editor, Vim. Use it like this:
mkdir -p ~/.vim/syntax cp wiki-moin.vim ~/.vim/syntax cat >> ~/.vim/filetype.vim << __EOF__ augroup filetypedetect au BufNewFile,BufRead *.wiki-moin,*.moin,*/Wiki/* setf wiki-moin augroup END __EOF__Other recommended settings:
mkdir -p ~/.vim/indent cat >> ~/.vim/indent/wiki-moin.vim << __EOF__ " Only load this indent file when no other was loaded. if exists("b:did_indent") finish endif let b:did_indent = 1 setlocal nolisp " Make sure lisp indenting doesn't supersede us setlocal autoindent setlocal formatoptions=tcq setlocal textwidth=0 wrapmargin=0 setlocal wrap linebreak showbreak=>\ nmap <Down> gj nmap <Up> gk "nnoremap j qj "nnoremap k qk __EOF__