AxKit Wiki

AxKit now has a native Wiki. Intrestingly it uses POD (Plain Old Documentation) instead of Structured Text for it’s formating language.

Release Announcement:

I’ve written a very simple Wiki clone using AxKit XSP. There’s a live Wiki
on http://axkit.org/wiki/ that you can play with (and we’ll be putting the
AxKit docs up on there). The source code is on CPAN (just uploaded this
morning, so you may have to wait for it to mirror). I think the code is a
pretty nice example of an MVC-like design in XSP, with the XSP as the
Controller, the XSLT as the View, and a perl module as the Model.

2 replies on “AxKit Wiki”

  1. That is very very cool! It definetly handles all the ideas we talked about in the nyetwork.org/wiki. Links between pages, code citations, etc.
    Seems like a nice way of handling docs too… now it’s even easier for readers to refactor docs.
    POD is pretty simple, the learning curve shouldn’t be any steeper then it is for structured text.

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AxKit Wiki

AxKit now has a native Wiki. Intrestingly it uses POD (Plain Old Documentation) instead of Structured Text for it’s formating language.

Release Announcement:

I’ve written a very simple Wiki clone using AxKit XSP. There’s a live Wiki
on http://axkit.org/wiki/ that you can play with (and we’ll be putting the
AxKit docs up on there). The source code is on CPAN (just uploaded this
morning, so you may have to wait for it to mirror). I think the code is a
pretty nice example of an MVC-like design in XSP, with the XSP as the
Controller, the XSLT as the View, and a perl module as the Model.

2 replies on “AxKit Wiki”

  1. That is very very cool! It definetly handles all the ideas we talked about in the nyetwork.org/wiki. Links between pages, code citations, etc.
    Seems like a nice way of handling docs too… now it’s even easier for readers to refactor docs.
    POD is pretty simple, the learning curve shouldn’t be any steeper then it is for structured text.

Comments are closed.