DokuWiki is a standards-compliant, simple-to-use Wiki mainly aimed at creating documentation of any kind. It is targeted at developer teams, workgroups, and small companies. It has a simple but powerful syntax which makes sure the datafiles remain readable outside the Wiki, and eases the creation of structured texts. All data is stored in plain text files, so no database is needed
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Release Notes: Introduction of Auth Plugins. If you used an authentication backend, you will need to adjust your authtype configuration. Upgraded to jQuery 1.9.0 and jQuery-UI 1.9.2. This release finalizes the jQuery migration, and the deprecated compatibility functions were removed. Various updates and fixes to the new template introduced in Adora Belle, especially to mobile mode. Refactored email subscriptions. A refactored tar file library. A security enhancement for fetch to reduce its susceptibility to DDOS attacks. Removal of ~~INFO:version~~
Release Notes: The release includes a new default DokuWiki template, HTML5 compliance, and sidebar and mobile support. Wiki farms is integrated into the core of DokuWiki to make it easy to manage more than one wiki. There is support for multiple LDAP servers. There are also over 20 languages updated and more than 60 issues fixed.
Release Notes: This is a hotfix release to fix an XSS vulnerability (SA49196).
Release Notes: This release features version handling of media files, just like pages. Old versions are saved, and the change history is available in the “recent changes” list as well as in RSS. A new media manager with drag and drop support. The plugin and template developer can now also enjoy using the power of jQuery.
Release Notes: This release features version handling of media files, just like pages. Old versions are saved, and the change history is available in “recent changes” list as well as in RSS. A new media manager with drag and drop support. The plugin and template developer can now also enjoy using the power of jQuery.