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technology:fckw [2017/09/28 18:52]
Chris Freyer [Adding FCKW to Dokuwiki]
technology:fckw [2017/09/29 11:20] (current)
Chris Freyer [Adding FCKW to Dokuwiki]
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 ====== Adding FCKW to Dokuwiki ====== ====== Adding FCKW to Dokuwiki ======
  
-FCKW is a web-based editor written in JavaScript.  It reads and writes HTML, allowing the user to work in a WYSIWYG Word Processor-like environment.  Dokuwiki doesn't store its documents in HTML though, so [[https://fosswiki.liip.ch/display/~hannes|Hannes Gassert]] wrote a translation tool to go between FCKW and Dokuwiki.  [[https://fosswiki.liip.ch/display/DOKU/FCKW+Dokuwiki+Plugin|This web page]] shows that people are having a hard time getting the plugin to work, so I thought I'd document my experience for the community's benefit.  +FCKW is a web-based editor written in JavaScript.  It reads and writes HTML, allowing the user to work in a WYSIWYG Word Processor-like environment.  Dokuwiki doesn't store its documents in HTML though, so [[https://fosswiki.liip.ch/display/~hannes|Hannes Gassert]] wrote a translation tool to go between FCKW and Dokuwiki.  [[https://fosswiki.liip.ch/display/DOKU/FCKW+Dokuwiki+Plugin|This web page]] shows that people are having a hard time getting the plugin to work, so I thought I'd document my experience for the community's benefit.
  
 First of all, my environment:  I have an Ubuntu Linux machine at home, and I use a developer-friendly [[http://www.asmallorange.com|hosting service]] for my website.  My provider supports PHP, Perl, Ruby on Rails, SVN, and plenty more.  I have SSH and FTP access to my account, and I can ask the support team to install things (like PERL modules) and they will.  If you have a hosting service that won't do this kind of stuff for you, you should switch.  :-)  But hey, its your life....do what you want. First of all, my environment:  I have an Ubuntu Linux machine at home, and I use a developer-friendly [[http://www.asmallorange.com|hosting service]] for my website.  My provider supports PHP, Perl, Ruby on Rails, SVN, and plenty more.  I have SSH and FTP access to my account, and I can ask the support team to install things (like PERL modules) and they will.  If you have a hosting service that won't do this kind of stuff for you, you should switch.  :-)  But hey, its your life....do what you want.
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