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Package TWiki::Configure::Load This module consists of just a single subroutine readConfig . It allows to safely modify configuration variables for one single...
Package TWiki::Configure::Checkers::Certificate::KeyChecker Configure GUI checker for Certificate Key items. This checker validates files that contain private key...
Package TWiki::Configure::Checkers::CertificateChecker Configure GUI checker for Certificate items. This checker validates files that contain X.509 certificates,...
You are currently in the web. The color code for this web is this background, so you know where you are. If you are not familiar with the TWiki collaboration...
What is a WikiWord? A WikiWord consists of two or more words with initial capitals, run together. WikiWords are topic names. A TWiki topic name always has a fixed...
TWiki Syntax Summary This page provides online help for new TWiki users when editing a page. If there`s some formatting that your contributors use often, you can...
TWiki Shorthand Basics If you can enter text, you`re ready for TWiki. With a few simple, intuitive TextFormattingRules, you`ll be able to use plain text to create...
References on Wiki and Collaboration Some useful articles and books around collaboration and the Wiki technology in particular. Wiki Technology and TWiki Presentation...
Wiki Notation TWiki links topics automatically when you use WikiWord notation. Related topics: WikiSyntax, WikiWord, WikiNotation, TextFormattingRules, TWikiEditingShorthand...
Wiki Name Your name, usually your first and last name connected without a space. For example, Tim Berners Lee`s WikiName is TimBernersLee. Your name is also...
FAQ: Everybody can edit any page, this is scary. Doesn`t that lead to chaos? Answer: TWiki is one of many engines, the first one was built by Ward Cunningham. Collaborating...
FAQ: So what is this WikiWiki thing exactly? Answer: A set of pages of information that are open and free for anyone to edit as they wish. They are stored in...
FAQ: What does the `T` in TWiki stand for? Answer: TWiki is short for TakeFive Wiki, the name of the company where its founder Peter Thoeny worked. Peter first...
Package TWiki::Request Class to encapsulate request data. Fields: action action requested (view, edit, save, ...) cookies hashref whose keys are cookie...
Package TWiki::Render This module provides most of the actual HTML rendering code in TWiki. ClassMethod new ($session) Creates a new renderer ObjectMethod finish...
Package TWiki::Prefs The Prefs class is a singleton that implements management of preferences. It uses a stack of TWiki::Prefs::PrefsCache objects to store the preferences...
Package TWiki::Plurals Handle conversion of plural topic names to singular form. StaticMethod singularForm ($web,$pluralForm) $singularForm Try to singularise...
Package TWiki::Plugins This module defines the singleton object that handles Plugins loading, initialization and execution. This class uses Chain of Responsibility...
Package TWiki::Plugin ClassMethod new ($session,$name,$module) $session TWiki object $name name of the plugin e.g. MyPlugin $module...

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