markdown-wiki - A Bidirectional WikiText to Markdown converter.

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Simple tool for converting wiki 2 markdown and other way round. Tool expects that you have npm installed on your system.

http://github.com/Gozala/markdown-wiki/

Dependencies:

markdown : >=0.1.0
wiky : >=0.95.1

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