If you thought Instiki was a dead project, you were right. Since I’ve
got a day job that doesn’t suck
(Official Ruby Zealot of ThoughtWorks Canada), my motivation to do open
source greatly sufferred
But… but… but! Here is Instiki 0.11.0, and in this version Instiki
is (finally!) moving to ActiveRecord backend
and (finally!) has the File Upload feature.
Instiki is a Wiki Clone http://www.c2.com/cgi/wiki?WikiWikiClones
that’s so easy to set up and so pretty to look at,
you’Íl be wondering whether this is a real wiki at all.
It is also the most frequently downloaded end-user application on
RubyForge, surpassed only by Rails, One Click Installer and RubyGems.
Changes in this version:
SQL-based backend (ActiveRecord)
File uploads (finally)
Upgraded to Rails 1.0.0
Replaced internal link generator with routing
Fixed --daemon option
Removed Rubygem and native OS X distributions
Improved HTML diff
More accurate “See Changes”
README at http://svn.instiki.org/instiki/tags/release-0.11.0/README
contains instructions on how to install this version
and migrate data from Instiki 0.10 or Instiki-AR beta.
Especially big thanks to Rick O. aka technoweenie for his help with
porting Instiki to ActiveRecord.
Big thanks to DHH and Co. for Rails, to Why the Lucky Stiff for
RedCloth, and everybody who sent me patches and otherwise
prodded me to keep going for that extra bit of motivation.