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While there are many other Wiki product like stickwiki... that can function as a off line wiki...
I have one gripe, portability.
These wiki all do not have the ability to be read in every single computer with a web browser.
and Perl. These programming language either needs a server, or a compatible browser.
Not everyone has this ability, Eg, School's web browser, Internet Explore.
So what i am proposing is that a off line wiki should consist of two files (or a folder and a file). The wiki in pure html compatible form, and a file that edits the wiki.
What this means is that essentially, i could make a wiki documentation and then send it to another person. I could do this action knowing that, likely 99% of the time they can access it with their browser. This is because it essentially consist of a very very long page, that jumps to the correct section by clicking on the hyperlinks.
The editor can be a exe or java, however it should be as platform independent as possible.
||Your assumptions about what's "robust" or portable and what's not differ considerably from mine.
||in my universe "Wiki ! Wiki !" is what you
shout at someone in the morning who
won't get out of their scratcher.... (that's
is the small print on the side of the
||So, in your universe, a robust personal offline wiki would in fact be a stick? [WHACK! "Wake up!"]