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Emacs Wiki Mode

Wiki system for Emacs

Emacs-wiki is a wiki major mode for emacs, which aims for implicit and natural markup. It gives you quick access to a hypertext "wiki" system for storing and navigating information from within Emacs. The wiki pages are normal files, and can contain wiki markup which can be published to HTML and TeX or used entirely within Emacs. EmacsWikiMode Features:

  • CamelCase or bumpy words as hyperlinks
  • extended links
  • custom markup rules
  • embedded elisp
  • anchors
  • page redirects
  • Wiki:InterWiki names
  • integration with ChangeLogMode
  • auto-building index of wiki pages
  • easy navigation of wiki pages as files on local hard drive
  • completion of all wiki names
  • inline images
  • inline verbatim
  • rudimentary page reference using grep
  • static publishing of pages or dynamic content serving
  • easy templating for html output
  • multiple output formats
  • integration with PlannerMode allows for “by day†style wiki pages


More information at http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/EmacsWikiMode

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version 2.72 (stable)
released on 10 October 2006

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Kelly Hopkins

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Kelly Hopkins

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14 January 2009

Leaders and contributors

Damien Elmes Maintainer
John Wiegley Maintainer
Michael Olson Maintainer

Resources and communication

AudienceResource typeURI
Bug Tracking,SupportE-mailmailto:johnw@gnu.org

Software prerequisites

Required to useEmacs

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 10 October 2015.


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