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I run one PmWiki, just because someone else set it up. So I haven't dug too much into it, but the more I do, the more I like it. It's pretty scrappy, but very customisable. I guess similar reasons to why I like Textpattern, but maybe even more-so.
I dunno, here're a bunch of links:
I've been looking at PmWiki again as an alternative to MediaWIki, mostly because MW is kinda a mess in ways I don't like, and the search is garbo.
Scripts for customisation and other tips.
Display a page's categories in a box, like Mediawiki does. By default they're only shown inline where they're linked.
There are a bunch of skins on the wiki, but to make the choice easier you may as well skip to the 'responsive web design' category:
Felix Pleşoianu has some tidy ones on this page:
PmWiki syntax is pretty standard, but there are some nice features:
preg_replace with /e modifier deprecated
Ran into some trouble with an old install and found a bunch of
preg_replace with /e modifier deprecated in my
Debugging info here: http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PmWiki/Troubleshooting was useful.
- Uncomment line
$EnableDiag = 1;in
- Go to
- Look for any lines with a file path and line number afterwards. They're easy to spot.
- Fix, update, or remove whatever's causing the trouble. For me it was just an old skin.
- http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/PITS/01319 - for some specific fixes.