At work, our software manuals and supplemental documentation are stored within a trac wiki so that developers and non-developers can access the content. We have the need to export the trac wiki pages to static html, word doc and pdf formats. I worked on a quick utility internally that would export static html pages of the wiki content. It was seeded with a root url that acted as the table of contents. A depth was provided that indicated what depth to crawl into within the wiki pages. I ended up not liking my implementation and wanted to try something new, hence this project! I will use this project to hack at a similar solution.
note: I will also keep functionality that provides the import into word (preserving links / bookmarks) and exporting to PDF from word.
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