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  • Yes, I think wiki's are pretty sexy. The reason I've got completely separate Wiki modules is that Text::WikiFormat is slightly designed to allow overriding the output, but it doesn't go far enough. It's still very much designed to take Wiki text as a string and output a string. If on the other hand you adopted the SAX model, your input can be a string, a file or a filehandle, and the output is a data format (which you can then turn into a string or HTML if you so wish). I need that flexibility to be able to
    • Matts wrote:

      The other thing about the AxKit wiki is that you can author pages in POD, which I find very sexy indeed. POD isn't the world's best format, but it's actually really well suited to Wikis.

      Now look what you made me do [].

      I must look into AxKit at some point. I seem to have the idea that it'll all be too complicated for me to grasp, though this may or may not have any relation to reality.