[Moin-user] adding a pre-formatted html hierarchy to a wiki page

R.Bauer rb.proj at gmail.com
Fri Mar 26 08:07:01 EDT 2010

Ted Stern schrieb:
> Hi all,
> In 1.8.x or 1.9.x, is it possible to add a hierarchy of standard html
> documentation?
> <apology>
> I do understand that this is somehow contrary to the Wiki spirit, and
> what is envisioned.  I realize that what I 'm supposed to do is stick
> the html structure into a standard web server and link into it from
> MoinMoin.  However, I'm in a corporate environment and what I have
> access to is a wiki I control and limited support for standard web
> servers, so I'm trying to leverage the resources I have at my
> disposal.
> </apology>
> I have a software package I'm trying to document.  It comes with a doc
> directory that contains
>           index.html
>           chap1.html
>           chap2.html
>           subsection1/index.html
>           etc.
> It would be really convenient if there were a way to just drop this
> whole directory hierarchy into my MoinMoin wiki somehow.
> I don't need to modify it once it's there, other than to completely
> replace it whenever I install a new upgrade of the third-party
> software.
> I didn't see this in the docs.  Did I miss it or is it not possible?

Do you want it converted to wiki markup on pages or do you want just use
it as it is?


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