The documentation on this site refers to version 0.22.0 alpha, released 2004-09-19, but the most recent version is 0.24.0 beta, released 2005-01-30. The differences between the two are negligible.
Text_Wiki package allows you to transform text structured using Wiki rules into any defined target output format, such as XHTML, RTF, LaTeX, and so on.> Note: The current release only supports XHTML and plain-text output. RTF, LaTeX, DocBook, and so on will be added as the codebase stabilizes and matures.
Text_Wiki achieves this level of flexibility by using one class for each part of the transformation process:
Text_Wikicomes with its own set of markup rules (see the ]]), but you can write any rules you like to match whatever style you're used to.
Text_Wikidraws its default rules from a number of codebases, most notably WikkiTikkiTavi and coWiki; while no code has been directly copied from those codebases, they were indispensible in learning how to process Wiki text.
Text_Wiki package does not implement storage, saving, editing, diffs, page counts, and so on. Those functions are more properly the domain of a full Wiki application and environment, which is outside the stated
Text_Wiki goals (i.e., to transform Wiki text according to defined rules for a target output format). You may wish to examine Yawiki if you need a full Wiki system and not just a wiki parser.