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The Wikipublisher project develops an open source Typesetting Engine that takes Web page content and turns it into a form suitable for printing. The current version adds this capability to the PmWiki engine; if there is enough demand, the project may add support for other Web content management ... [More]
WiKo is a very simple but powerful python script which takes files with wiki content in a given directory and either builds a web, a LaTeX article or a blog. It is very recommended to use it in tandem with a collaborative versioning system such as cvs or subversion in order to publish on commit.
This Project aims to create a Mediawiki extension, which is able to parse Mediawiki-articles to LaTeX. The extension uses its own parser, which is based on the original Mediawiki parser. It is written in php and supports Mediawiki parser extensions, ParserFunctions and much more. The ... [More]
Document Once, Include Anywhere * When writing a note, report, manual, etc., do you find it difficult to choose the typesetting format? That is, to choose between plain(email-like) text, Wiki, Word/OpenOffice?, LaTeX, HTML, reStructuredText, Sphinx, XML, etc. Would it be convenient to start with ... [More]
Subversion based Wiki for collaborative editing of LaTeX documents, as used on http://mitschriebwiki.nomeata.de/
DescriptionTrac2Latex is a set of Trac plugins and macros to convert Wiki files to Latex/Pdf, including a Latex WikiProcessor. SourceYou can check out Trac2LatexPlugin from http://code.google.com/p/trac2latex/ using Subversion: svn checkout http://trac2latex.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/ ... [More]
Bazki is a structured wiki based on object-oriented inheritance and a powerful macro language. It uses a variation of the Creole wiki syntax with a custom standalone wiki engine that can produce both HTML and LaTeX and features a two-way Subversion interface in addition to a useful web interface.