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RetroWiki is a flat-file wiki engine written in RetroForth and PHP. The markup language can easily be extended with new markups.

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Recent releases

  •  03 Nov 2005 16:06

    Release Notes: This release adds caching of generated pages, a few security fixes, and a significant clean-up of the PHP code.

    •  23 Oct 2005 05:25

      Release Notes: This is a minor release that updates the code to be compatible with RetroForth 8.2.1. The updates clean up a few pieces of the fhtml markup code, and termination of the RetroForth interpreter is now done properly.

      •  15 Oct 2005 14:39

        Release Notes: This release adds a complete rewrite of the forth code for handling markups. It now uses a more natural syntax (closer to the mainstream wikis) and makes editing pages significantly easier. Security flaws in prior releases have been corrected.

        •  24 May 2004 03:14

          Release Notes: RetroForth 6.30 and a new markup language called FML were added. FML replaces the older FHTML with simpler, more traditional markups, but still provides a compatibility layer for pages using the older markups. The included documentation was also expanded.

          •  09 May 2004 07:37

            Release Notes: This release updated the RetroForth binary to 6.25.1 and made a few small bugfixes. The temporary files are now removed after a page is rendered; core dumps and error logs are now deleted automatically if a problem is encountered, and the editing window is now larger.


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