The Wiki: Next Generation plugin (WikiNG) adds some new and useful extentions to Redmine Wiki syntax.
Among them are:
- User and file links;
- Mentions of users in their profiles (with email notifications);
- Custom editable Wiki macros;
- Warning, notice and tip blocks;
- TODO, FIXME, UPDATE, NEW, FREE, BETA and EXPERIMENTAL markers;
- External Wiki links to Wikipedia, Google etc;
- Smileys including (!) and (?);
- Conditional macros allowing to disable/enable content depending on date or project version;
- CSS classes, which can be used in Wiki.
- License: GNU General Public License (GPL) v2.0
- External issue: #974, #2069, #4179, #5171, #5228, #6690, #13919, #15828, #16478
- Redmine page: www.redmine.org/plugins/wiking
- Programming language: Ruby
- SVN Repository:
svn co http://svn.s-andy.com/wiking wiking
- Latest version: 1.0.0b (over 3 years ago)
- Redmine: 2.5.x, 2.4.x, 1.4.x, 1.0.x
Author: Andriy Lesyuk
Breaking features in WikiNG 1.0.0b
Let's be honest - WikiNG (were NG stands for Next Generation) was never too breaking - it was just a good name for the plugin... But 1.0.0b, I believe, changes this, as it comes with several breaking features and a lot of improvements...
Redmine 2.2 and 2.3, hook rename and experimental marker
Fixes of the Wiki toolbar for recent Redmine versions, new toolbar button for WikiNG help, new experimental marker, bug fixes and rename of the WikiNG hook.
Redmine 2.1.x, file links and CSS classes
Version 0.0.3 of the WikiNG plugin comes with Redmine 2.1.x support, support for links to the Files section, with CSS classes, which can be used in Wiki, with Bulgarian and Turkish translations and with bug fixes.
Not a beta release
This release includes bug fixes, some minor features and support for Redmine 1.4.x, Redmine 2.0.x and ChiliProject 3.x...
WikiNG: Wiki next generation
I love Redmine for its Wiki! But have you felt that you are missing some Wiki rules?..