[cgi-wiki-dev] making nodes first-class objects
Kate L Pugh
Thu, 11 Sep 2003 20:15:36 +0100
>> Another possibility is a grand renaming [...] Wiki::Toolkit is the
>> thing I have in mind.
On Wed 10 Sep 2003, Jonathan Swartz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I'm in favor of this - though I have less invested because I'm not
> yet using CGI::Wiki. :) I'd be willing to help design the new class.
Having slept on it I still can't see any huge drawbacks to this plan,
so let's make it an official one.
I was hoping to have finished patching Tom's CGI::Wiki::Kwiki soon, so
we could use an instance of that to flesh out the docs and tests -
writing the docs directly in POD on the wiki is the first feature that
we'd need to get sorted. So I need to make multiple formatters work.
There are all kinds of other highly shiny things we could make a
properly powerful Wiki::Toolkit development wiki do - auto-generate
tarballs for people to download, auto-syntax-check the tests,
auto-check POD validity, that kind of thing.
I have CGI::Wiki::Kwiki CVS access. If you're interested in working
on this (it's basically a wiki application built on CGI::Wiki) then
drop me or Tom a line. Extra help would very much hurry things up.
Of course there's nothing to stop anybody making a start on Wiki::Toolkit
docs/API and just posting it to the list for people to see. Please don't
wait for me to start, just dive in and write something.