CGI::Kwiki Publisher's description
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A Quickie Wiki that's not too Tricky
A Wiki is a website that allows its users to add pages, and edit any existing pages. It is one of the most popular forms of web collaboration. If you are new to wiki, visit http://c2.com/cgi/wiki?WelcomeVisitors which is possibly the oldest wiki, and has lots of information about how wikis work.
There are dozens of wiki implementations in the world, and many of those are written in Perl. As is common with many Perl hacks, they are rarely modular, and almost never released on CPAN. CGI::Wiki is a wiki framework that is extensible and is actively maintained.
Another exception is this module, CGI::Kwiki. CGI::Kwiki focuses on simplicity and extensibility. You can create a new kwiki website with a single command. The module has no prerequisite modules, except the ones that ship with Perl. It doesn't require a database backend, although it could be made to use one. The default kwiki behaviour is fairly full featured, and includes support for html tables. Any behaviour of the kwiki can be customized, without much trouble.
> mkdir cgi-bin/my-kwiki
> cd cgi-bin/my-kwiki
Kwiki software installed! Point your browser at this location.
System Requirements:В· Perl
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall