[Wiki-offline-reader-l] Writing an offline wiki browser

Brian reflection at gmail.com
Mon Oct 3 02:29:27 UTC 2005

I think it's a good way to go - having a browser render the data. The issue
is that the only true parser is the one built into mediawiki! I'll have a
look at your C code..


On 10/2/05, Wanchun <qpro11 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I want to know if anyone is interested in writing an
> offline wiki browser.
> <a href
> ="http://wikifilter.sourceforge.net/">WikiFilter</a>
> is a small program I wrote and both the binary and the
> source code (in C) are uploaded there. It is not a
> complete "reader", but a background "browser", because
> it manages the dump file, and does the parsing, but
> relies on a web browser to display the html output.
> While managing the dump file is straightforward (build
> an index, search it for an article by title, etc.),
> parsing wiki text to html is quite tricky. I wonder if
> anyone has tried this before.
> In particluar, are there any robust algorithms to
> parse templates and wiki tables?
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