Wiki app for Mezzanine content management platform.
Wiki application for Mezzanine.
- markdown syntax with [[Wiki links]] extension
- page history and diff viewing
- Mezzanine >= 4.2.3
Mezzanine is a content management platform built using the Django framework. It is BSD licensed and designed to provide both a consistent interface for managing content, and a simple, extensible architecture that makes diving in and hacking on the code as easy as possible.
Visit the Mezzanine project page to see some of the great sites people have built using Mezzanine.
This fork borrows heavily from the original project https://github.com/dfalk/mezzanine-wiki. Essentially the only changes are: updating the views to Class based, removing South as the db and tweaking the urls.
- Clone repo onto system. cd into top level ‘mezzanine-wiki’.
- Activate virtualenv (if applicable).
- Use ” pip install . “
Add “mezzanine_wiki” to your INSTALLED_APPS setting like this:
INSTALLED_APPS = ( ... 'mezzanine_wiki', )
Add “mezzanine_wiki.WikiPage” to SEARCH_MODEL_CHOICES setting like this:
SEARCH_MODEL_CHOICES = (‘pages.Page’, ‘blog.BlogPost’, ‘mezzanine_wiki.WikiPage’)
Include the wiki URLconf in your project urls.py like this:
Run python manage.py migrate to create the wiki models.
- Visit /wiki/ to use the wiki.
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