[Haskell-cafe] ANNOUNCE: gitit 0.2 release - wiki using HAppS, git, pandoc

Don Stewart dons at galois.com
Thu Jan 15 16:02:50 EST 2009

Hey, since doing a recent upgrade of gitit, I'm getting:

    $ gitit
    Warning:  jsMath not found.
    If you want support for math, copy the jsMath directory into static/js/
    jsMath can be obtained from http://www.math.union.edu/~dpvc/jsMath/
    gitit: Version tag too large: (VersionId {unVersion = 0},VersionId
    {unVersion = 128}) (Gitit.State.Password)

How do I work around this, and get back my content? :)

-- Don

> I've uploaded an early version of gitit, a Haskell wiki program, to
> HackageDB. Gitit uses HAppS as a webserver, git for file storage,
> pandoc for rendering the (markdown) pages, and highlighting-kate for
> highlighted source code.
> Some nice features of gitit:
>   - Pages and uploaded files are stored in a git repository and may
>     be added, deleted, and modified directly using git.
>   - Pages may be organized into subdirectories.
>   - Pandoc's extended version of markdown is used, so you can do tables,
>     footnotes, syntax-highlighted code blocks, and LaTeX math. (And
>     you can you pandoc to convert pages into many other formats.)
>   - Math is rendered using jsMath (which must be installed
>     separately).
>   - Source code files in the repository are automatically rendered with
>     syntax highlighting (plain/text version is also available).
> You can check it out on my webserver: http://johnmacfarlane.net:5001/ 
> Or try it locally:
>     cabal update
>     cabal install pandoc -fhighlighting
>     cabal install gitit
>     gitit  # note: this will create two subdirectories in the working directory
>     # then browse to http://localhost:5001.
> There's a git repository at http://github.com/jgm/gitit/tree/master.
> Comments and patches are welcome.
> John
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