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interwiki is included as keyword or extra keyword in 0 datasets, 0 tools and 4 publications.

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Title Author(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
WikiGateway: A Toolbox for Making Software that Reads and Writes Wikis Bayle Shanks WikiSym English 2006 0 0
WikiGateway: A toolbox for making software that reads and Writes Wikis Bayle Shanks Proceedings of WikiSym'06 - 2006 International Symposium on Wikis English 2006 [No abstract available] 0 0
WikiGateway - A Library for Interoperability and Accelerated Wiki Development Bayle Shanks WikiSym English 2005 WikiGateway is an open-source suite of tools for automated interaction with wikis: * Python and Perl modules with functions like getPage, putPage, getRecentChanges, and more. * A mechanism to add DAV, Atom, or XMLRPC capabilities to any supported wiki server. * A command-line tool with functionality similar to the Perl and Python modules. * Demo applications built on top of these tools include a wiki copy command, a spam-cleaning bot, and a tool to recursively upload text files inside a directory structure as wiki pages. All WikiGateway tools are compatible with a number of different wiki engines. Developers can use WikiGateway to hide the differences between wiki engines and build applications which interoperate with many different wiki engines. 0 0
WikiGateway: A library for interoperability and accelerated wiki development Bayle Shanks WikiSym 2005 - Conference Proceedings of the 2005 International Symposium on Wikis English 2005 WikiGateway is an open-source suite of tools for automated interaction with wikis: Python and Perl modules with functions like getPage, putPage, getRecentChanges, and more. A mechanism to add DAV, Atom, or XMLRPC capabilities to any supported wiki server. A command-line tool with functionality similar to the Perl and Python modules. Demo applications built on top of these tools include a wiki copy command, a spam-cleaning bot, and a tool to recursively upload text files inside a directory structure as wiki pages. All WikiGateway tools are compatible with a number of different wild engines. Developers can use WikiGateway to hide the differences between wiki engines and build applications which interoperate with many different wiki engines. Copyright 2005 ACM. 0 0