../emacs/emacs-wiki/emacs-wiki-id.el contains a first attempt at
an ID system for emacs-wiki and indeed is quite nice. Following IDs works.
I’ll figure out how to automatically add, create, remove, yadayada them soon.
sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (April 20, 2005, 0) -
(defun sacha/emacs-wiki-markup-string (string)
"Mark up STRING according to `emacs-wiki-publishing-rules'.
No header or footer is added."
(let ((emacs-wiki-project emacs-wiki-current-project))
(let ((emacs-wiki-publishing-header "")
emacs-wiki and automatic publishing (March 20, 2003, 0) - I use this nifty LISP snippet to automatically publish my pages whenever I save.
(add-hook 'emacs-wiki-mode-hook (lambda () (add-hook 'after-save-hook (lambda () (unless emacs-wiki-publishing-p (emacs-wiki-publish-this-page))) nil t)))
This used to be a fairly big hassle back when emacs-wiki tried to do multiline parsing for =,
but now it’s acceptably fast.
Next up: I wonder if http://lufs.sourceforge.net can help me
emacs-wiki-edit-link-at-point (March 18, 2003, 0) - emacs-wiki-edit-link-at-point works again. It can be found in ../emacs/emacs-wiki-config.el
emacs-wiki-blog.el (July 25, 2004, 0) - Will wonders never cease… Just ran across another
emacs-wiki-related module today. This produces RSS feeds and seems to
be a superset of planner-rss.el, focusing more on plain emacs-wiki
projects. It seems to use planner-style names, though.
Hmm. This syndicates entire pages. planner-rss.el syndicates items.