Quiki is a simple wiki aimed at developers.
NAQ (Never Asked Questions)
Q. Why is a tiny app like Quiki written in big bulky Rails and not in something quick like Sinatra/Merb/Raw Machine Code?
A. Because Rails is so easy to extend and add to and can take advantage of all the wonderful plugins! (Quiki is built upon the backs of many previous laborers).
Quiki is a Ruby on Rails application, so in order to use it just clone this repository and start playing.
git clone git://github.com/citrusbyte/quiki.git
It depends on Ultraviolet for code syntax highlighting:
$ gem install ultraviolet
If it complains about needed Oniguruma, check http://snippets.aktagon.com/snippets/61-Installing-Ultraviolet-and-Oniguruma
It also depends on Graphviz for diagram generation
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