Mediawiker - Mediawiker is a plugin for Sublime Text editor that adds possibility to use it as Wiki Editor on Mediawiki based sites like Wikipedia and many other

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Mediawiker is a plugin for Sublime Text editor (ver. 2/3) that adds possibility to use it as Wiki Editor on Mediawiki based sites like Wikipedia and many other. The easiest way to install this is with Package Control.

https://github.com/tosher/Mediawiker

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