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Joey Hess a965e02430 Bugfix for wikilink containing an email address not showing up in brokenlinks list. 8 years ago
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.gitignore Add debian/.gitignore, with ignores for Debian build products 12 years ago
NEWS releasing version 3.20110321 9 years ago
README.Debian Remove trailing whitespace from README.Debian 12 years ago
changelog Bugfix for wikilink containing an email address not showing up in brokenlinks list. 8 years ago
compat update compat level 11 years ago
control add JSON dep 8 years ago
copyright added jquery templates 8 years ago
docs debhelper v7; rules file minimisation. 11 years ago
link debhelper v7; rules file minimisation. 11 years ago
postinst Moved javascript files under the ikiwiki/ directory, to avoid cluttering the top of the web root. This is another things that requires a wiki rebuild on upgrade to this version. 10 years ago
preinst Add auto-blog.setup 11 years ago
rules lintian fixes 11 years ago

README.Debian

It's a good idea, and in some cases a requirement, to rebuild your wikis
when upgrading to a new version of ikiwiki. If you have a lot of different
wikis on a system, this can be a pain to do by hand, and it's a good idea
to automate it anyway.

This Debian package of ikiwiki supports rebuilding wikis on upgrade. It
will run ikiwiki-mass-rebuild if necessary when upgraded. The file
/etc/ikiwiki/wikilist lists the setup files of wikis to rebuild, as well
as the user who owns the wiki. Edit this file and add any wikis you
set up.

You can also allow users to maintain their own list of wikis to rebuild,
by listing their usernames in /etc/ikiwiki/wikilist without corresponding
setup files. ikiwiki will then read their lists of wikis from
.ikiwiki/wikilist in their home directories.


The examples directory contains the source to some example wiki setups.