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  • Oh wait! You can []! The method shown in that article should also work for vi. Happy huntin'.
  • Your makefile doesn't have to be nearly that tricky. Here's a minimal (GNUmake-specific) version that converts *.kwiki to *.html, and optionally converts a preset-list of files when necessary:

    all: $(OUTPUTS)

    %.html: %.kwiki
            kwik $< > $@
    Just type make and all of the right things happen. :-)
  • m writing some articles ... using the Kwiki format, because its so damned comfortable to write in (do ya hear me Slash?).

    Not to sound like a grump ... but no, I don't, as I have no idea what you're talking about. Really.
    • Kwiki as a format for writing journal entries and the like. Manually writing HTML causes bad breath and herpes.
      • I know nothing about the Kwiki format, but I *do* know that you don't need to use HTML on Slash for most things. Select the "Plain Old Text" format and you don't need to use P and BR tags. To HREF-ize a URL just use <URL:> to get []. To do code blocks, use the ECODE tag. There are other shortcuts here and there.