[moin-user] one step ahead: can I use repository to store file?
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Tue Mar 12 22:26:16 EDT 2019
Am Tue, 12 Mar 2019 13:04:16 +0100
schrieb Renato Pontefice <renato.pontefice at gmail.com>:
> I've just a question:
> readthedoc want the documentation on a repository.
> Can I use it by default?
> I mean without save in local the entire tree and upload the file on a
moinmoin 1.9 only supports a file-based storage.
Thus you would need to export its content into a repository periodically (or
triggered by changes). In case you feel comfortable writing a bit of shell or
python scripts, you will be able to do so.
But I could imagine, that moinmoin is not the perfect fit for your goals:
* restructured text: it is not moinmoin's primary markup language
* repository storage: needs to be added manually via scripts
Maybe there are other wiki engines (or a completely different kind of tool) out
there, that are closer to your specific set of requirements. "gitit" comes to
my mind, but I never used it in the way you intend.
Anyway: enjoy your ride!
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