Apache JSPWiki 2.10.1

A Java-based wiki engine, started initially as a WikiWiki clone, which later developed into its own codebase with its own features set
Apache JSPWiki - Apache JSPWiki can be used in building complex, fully-featured Web wikis
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Apache JSPWiki can be used as an alternative to Wikipedia's free engine, MediaWiki, a cumbersome solution that sometimes takes up just too much space on the server.

All the classic wiki features are there, from real-time page editing, to page histories, and a changes tracker for reversing bad edits.

By default the wiki saves all content to plain text files, but other databases like MySQL can be used via plugins.

You can also follow edits via RSS, allow users to edit it only if logged in, and even control editing privileges using a fine-grained permissions system.

Main features:

  • JavaServerPages-based
  • JAAS integration
  • Easy installation
  • Page locking
  • Page history
  • Multi-wiki support
  • WikiMarkup support
  • Structured Text support
  • File attachments
  • Page templates
  • Simplified data storage
  • Wiki-level permissions
  • Page-level privilege control
  • Organize users in groups
  • User authentication system
  • User authorization system
  • UTF-8 support
  • RSS syndication
  • Extendable via plugins

last updated on:
June 1st, 2014, 1:55 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.jspwiki.org
license type:

Apache License

developed by:
Apache Software Foundation
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
category:
C: \ Wikis
Apache JSPWiki
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Apache JSPWiki - JSPWiki comes with support for showing recent page changesApache JSPWiki - Various user preferences and options are available
What's New in This Release:
  • Introducing HADDOCK Template (still under development)
  • WikiPlugins can now be loaded from an external directory, via jspwiki.plugin.externalJars property
  • VersioningFileProvider is now able to migrate contents from an existing FileSystemProvider installation
  • ECS replaced by JDOM2
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