[Pythonmac-SIG] Interesting use of Python and Django on the Mac
hengist.podd at virgin.net
Sat Mar 31 13:34:07 CEST 2007
Jan Erik Moström wrote:
>> Not sure it's what you're looking for, but are you aware of MoinX
>> (http://moinx.antbear.org)? It's a Twisted-based wiki packaged as
>> a standalone OS X app. Source is also available.
> Yep, but from what I understand it's would be the same as I set up
> any wiki on my laptop, Which means that my laptop would need to
> have connected to the net for allowing access from other computers.
> Unless I've misunderstood anything.
Don't think so; it's probably me.
So are you looking for some sort of client-server arrangement that
allows you to take pages with you when you go offline, then update
the original versions with your changes the next time you're online?
Or are you after some kind of peer-to-peer thing? I did a quick
search, but there doesn't seem to be much by way of options short of
rolling up your sleeves and hacking an existing wiki to provide
support. This looked the likeliest candidate: <http://
www.socialtext.com/node/152>. Or you might be able to cook up some
sort of alternative solution using a collaborative text editor like
SubEthaEdit, or a general CVS system like Subversion.
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