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       didiwiki - simple wiki implementation with built-in webserver


       didiwiki [options]


       didiwiki  is  aimed  at those who need a quick and lightweight wiki for
       personal use, such as notes, "to do" lists, etc. It is  written  in  C,
       and  has  very  low system requirements (binary size of ~25k stripped).
       This makes it particularly useful for  handhelds.   didiwiki  does  not
       require  installation  of  a separate webserver, scripting language, or

       The appearance of the wiki pages may be altered by placing a styles.css
       in ~/.didiwiki or in the directory specified using the --home option.


       -d, --debug
              Start in debug mode. In this case, didiwiki will not bind to any
              IP address or port: it will only read the requests from standard
              input (stdin)

       -h directory, --home=directory
              By  default  didiwiki  stores  its pages in ~/.didiwiki. You can
              override this by specifying an alternative directory

       -l ipaddr, --listen=ipaddr
              By default didiwiki binds to "". You can override this by
              specifying an alternative IP address

       -p port, --port=port
              By  default  didiwiki will listen on port 8000. You can override
              this by specifying an alternative port

       --help Display the help message


       didiwiki uses syslog to log when it is launched or stopped, and when  a
       page  is  accessed  or  modified.  Here  is an example configuration of

              $ cat /etc/rsyslog.d/didiwiki.conf
              local0.*    /var/log/didiwiki.log

       In order to launch didiwiki on a specific IP and port:

              $ didiwiki -l -p 8080


       didiwiki was written by Matthew Allum <>.

                               January 15, 2005