Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of Overview


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Aug 14, 2010, 10:58:58 AM (11 years ago)
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Dominic Hargreaves
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CGiI::Wiki -> Wiki::Toolkit

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    55OpenGuides is a set of Perl modules and scripts which implement a wiki oriented around city guides. The wiki itself is a CGI::Wiki instance, and the web interface is tailored for guide-relevant metadata, providing services like geographical searching and categories and locales.
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    7 = CGI::Wiki =
     7= Wiki::Toolkit =
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    9 [http://search.cpan.org/~kake/CGI-Wiki/ CGI::Wiki] is a Perl toolkit for building wiki applications. Basically, it handles storing "nodes" of text, turning wiki markup into HTML, storing arbitrary metadata for each node, and tracking changes over time. It's not an application in itself, but it provides most of what OpenGuides needs. It stores its data in a "backend" database.
     9[http://search.cpan.org/dist/Wiki-Toolkit/ Wiki::Toolkit] is a Perl toolkit for building wiki applications. Basically, it handles storing "nodes" of text, turning wiki markup into HTML, storing arbitrary metadata for each node, and tracking changes over time. It's not an application in itself, but it provides most of what OpenGuides needs. It stores its data in a "backend" database.
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    1111= Backend Databases =
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    13 CGI::Wiki uses the standard Perl Database Interface (DBI), which allows it to use a wide variety of databases as a backend. Currently, CGI::Wiki supports these backends:
     13Wiki::Toolkit uses the standard Perl Database Interface (DBI), which allows it to use a wide variety of databases as a backend. Currently, Wiki::Toolkit supports these backends:
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    1515 * MySQL is a commonly found Free Software database server. It has a good reputation for being fast for read access.