Java Version of Wiki
This page is to discuss a Java version of Wiki. Main contact is
RichardKeene. Put a horizontal line at the bottom and add your comments or suggestions.
The source and other stuff is at http://www.xmission.com/~rkeene/JWiki.zip
I'm new to JOS so I hope I'm doing this correctly. Is this the correct
place to discuss this?
Any way. I'm well along on JWiki. It is like wiki but in java.
The server runs continuously and is on it's own socket.
This has several advantages.
It will be somewhat different than wiki.
- On a MP machine it can be truly Multi-Processor.
- It is small and simple.
- It is always running and so is not constantly starting up
- It can do internal contention locking between threads
- It will be faster than traditional wiki
- It's in Java which is the JOS style
- It will handle different types of file, wiki, html and html body only.
What package sould this be in?
org.jos.experimental.RichardKeene.wiki would be a good place to start it could be changed in the future.
Could you send me your code?
-- RobertFitzsimons (24 November 1998)
Take a look at WikiServlet and WikiServletRequirements from when I was working on this same idea except as a servlet. It got placed on the back burner, though. I will try to find the source I started (which isn't much) and send it to you. I basically only got creating a rough framework. It may give you some ideas, though.
-- AveryRegier (24 November 1998)
RichardKeene - JWiki now works for browse, edit, and editsave.
I did not do a Servlet because then it depends on a servlet-enabled
I will soon have the code available at http://www.xmission.com/~rkeene/wiki.html
The zip file is now at http://www.xmission.com/~rkeene/JWiki.zip
It does not yet have the password stuff, but most features are there.
OK, The security (simple) is in and it handles Wiki format, just the
basics. Also some bug fixes and such.
If your interested, I have written a prototype servlet version called JikiEngine.
You can find it at: http://www.jmonkey.com/jiki/MainPage
-- BrillPappin 24-AUG-1999
The newest version of JWiki is now available. JWiki 1.0
Get it at http://www.xmission.com/~rkeene/JWiki10.zip
It has several new features.
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