jingo - Node.js based Wiki

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A git based wiki engine written for node.js, with a decent design, a search capability and a good typography. The aim of this wiki engine is to provide an easy way to create a centralized documentation area for people used to work with git and markdown. It should fit well into a development team without the burden to have to learn a complex and usually overkill application.

https://github.com/claudioc/jingo

Dependencies:

bluebird : ^3.5.0
body-parser : ^1.10.0
commander : ^2.5.1
cookie-parser : ^1.3.3
cookie-session : ^1.1.0
cors : ^2.7.1
ecstatic : 0.4.x
express : ^4.10.6
express-flash : 0.0.2
express-session : ^1.9.3
express-validator : ^3.1.0
gravatar : ^1.1.0
js-yaml : ^3.1.0
lodash : ^2.4.2
markdown-toc : ^0.11.7
marked : ^0.3.5
method-override : ^2.3.0
morgan : ^1.5.0
node-syntaxhighlighter : *
passport : ^0.2.0
passport-github : ^0.1.5
passport-google-oauth : ^0.1.5
passport-local : ^1.0.0
semver : ^5.3.0
serve-favicon : ^2.1.7
transliteration : ^0.2.1
pug : ^2.0.0-beta11

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