ScrewTurn Wiki - ASP.NET Wiki Software
ScrewTurn Wiki allows you to create, manage and share wikis. A wiki is a collaboratively-edited, information-centered website: the most famous is Wikipedia. ScrewTurn Wiki can be extended and customized with plugins and themes. It can store data using a simple, built-in file-system provider or, if you need performance and scalability, it can use SQL Server. If you use Active Directory, you can integrate with that too.
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Various Plugins for Screwturn wiki (http://www.screwturn.eu/) FormatterPlus (for Screwturn v 3.0)TableFormatter - default Screwturn engine does not parse wiki markup inside table cells. This formatter fixes this problem. This formatter also adds "Edit" link to transcluded sections allowing for quicker edits. NumericHeaderFormatter - allows to create header in the following format: ==# Header==The pound sign will be replaced with section number. Numbers are auto-incremented within one page. Curre
Source Code Highlighter for ScrewTurn WikiAdds source code syntax highlighting to the OS ASP.NET-based wiki engine ScrewTurn Wiki. The project is a formatter plug-in for the wiki engine that adds Alex Gorbatchev's client-side Syntax Highlighter to the generated HTML code. More information, and a binary download, can be found on the GreenIcicle Blog. C# - NET3.5 - Visual Studio 2010 - NUnit 2.53 Requires at least ScrewTurn Wiki version 3.
Plug-ins collection for the ScrewTurn wiki. Only one plug-in available at this time. Path ElementsAllows simulation of tree structure between wiki pages by using symbols. This can help to better organize complex wiki and keep all related pages together. The plug-in allows you to use syntax like [./Subsection1] and [../Section1/Sebsection] to reference related pages. '/' is used as a separator in the wiki mark up. It is replaced by '-'. So [Section1/Sebsection] becomes [Section1-Sebsection] when
This is a formatter provider, written for ScrewTurn Wiki (STW, www.screwturn.eu) which can be used to format admonitions. Default warnings, cautions and notes are supported, but the syntax allows custom admonition types to be introduced.
This is a page provider and user provider for the ScrewTurn Wiki platform that allow to store and read data to and from a MS Access database. This provider is based to the official SQL Server provider. 2010-08-02 - Added the user provider. Now the data source can be specified as a root relative path. 2010-08-01 - Sorry, i messed up a bit with svn. Please ignore empty folders. Project source are under "/svn/trunk/ScrewTurn Wiki OleDbProvider". The file "ScrewTurn.Wiki.PluginFramework.dll" contain
Stw-category-counter-plugin - A plugin for Screwturn Wiki v3 that returns the number of pages fallin
Screwturn wiki already has plugins to list all the pages of a category, but no tag or plugin to produce only the number of pages. This plugin can count those pages and return just the number and not a whole list. The plugin supports namespaces. The plugin can also produce a list or table of the pages as output. An extra pseudo category 'save_as-draft' was added to list pages that were 'save as draft' was selected in the editor screen of the wiki.
MySql Data ProviderBased on SQL Server Data Provider provided with wiki using Mysql.Data library
Enano has everything you expect from today's content management framework. It implements the concept of a wiki into the concept of a traditional CMS. It has well-organized administration interface. Most other Enano functionality uses AJAX. Editing, renaming, restoring, and deleting pages are all possible using the on-page AJAX controls. It has fine grained user control, Search engine support, Wiki features support, plug-in support and lot more.
PmWiki is a wiki-based system for collaborative creation and maintenance of websites. It stores data in the file system and it doesn't require database. It has all required features for a wiki such as Page editing, Page history, Web feed, Email notification for revised page, Navigation trails, Search support, Spam protection and lot more.
DokuWiki is a standards compliant, simple to use Wiki, mainly aimed at creating documentation of any kind. It is targeted at developer teams, workgroups and small companies. It has a simple but powerful syntax which makes sure the datafiles remain readable outside the Wiki and eases the creation of structured texts. All data is stored in plain text files – no database is required.