Qwicky 0.0.2 -- a REALLY small wiki

Hi, my name is Fabian and I’m a Ruby-holic.

And I have to admit, I did it again last week. I wrote some code. I’m
ashamed of it, but it happened. So here’s what came out of it:

Qwicky

Qwicky is a one-file, as-simple-as-possible implementation of a wiki,
using Sinatra sinatra and DataMapper datamapper with SQLite3.

It is REALLY basic, just as I like it ;-). It’s features are:

  • It has pages
  • You can edit them
  • You can delete them
  • You can rename them
  • You can set a homepage
  • You can use markup
  • It has a simple site-map to give you an overview of all the pages
  • It knows wiki links

Markup

It supports 4 different markup languages:

  1. Simple text
    Wraps everyting into whitespace:pre and leaves it as is
  2. Markdown
    Supports BlueCloth, RDiscount, peg-markup and Maruku
  3. Textile
    Supports RedCloth
  4. RDoc

The great thing is: no extra dependencies for that. If you want to use,
say, Markdown, just install one of the Markdown parsers mentioned above,
Qwicky will recognize, you have that one and use it. So if you don’t
want to use Textile, you don’t have to install it.

Storage

For each wiki you set up, qwicky will create two files:
qwicky.yml and qwicky.db. The former for the settings, the latter
for the database. If you want more than one wiki on your system, you
have two options:

  1. Copy the qwicky “executable” file to another folder and run it from
    there

  2. Tell qwicky to use a different folder than the default one from the
    commandline:

    qwicky -- some/other/folder
    

Setting it up

Just look at [it’s little README] readme, it’s really straight-forward
and shouldn’t take longer than 2 minutes!

Feedback

Got ideas, criticism, feature requests? I’d love to hear them! Either
here, on GitHub or via mail.

Greetz!

On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 2:43 PM, Fabian
Streitel[email protected] wrote:

Hi, my name is Fabian and I’m a Ruby-holic.
AFAIK there is no known cure.
R.

Robert D. wrote:

On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 2:43 PM, Fabian
AFAIK there is no known cure.

Too bad, I’ll just have to go on then, I guess g
Greetz!