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General FeaturesMojoMojo Details
Version 1.02
Last Release Date 2010-08-30
Author Marcus Ramberg et al. (open-source)
Free and Open Source Yes
License Artistic License
Programming Language Perl
Data Storage Database
License Cost/ Fee FREE
Development status Mature
Intended Audience Wiki, CMS, Blog users
System RequirementsMojoMojo Details
Operating System Any OS that runs Perl
Root Access No
Webserver Has its own server; can run with any web server
Other Requirements Catalyst
DatastorageMojoMojo Details
Text Files  
PostgreSQL Yes
Oracle Patch
SQLite Yes
Security/Anti-SpamMojoMojo Details
Page Permissions Yes
Authentication Backends  
Host Blocking  
Mail Encryption  
Delayed Indexing  
Development/SupportMojoMojo Details
Commercial Support No
Preconfigured Hosting  
Code Repository
Issue Tracker
Mailing List
Support Forum
IRC Channel
Common FeaturesMojoMojo Details
Preview Yes
Minor Changes No
Change Summary No
Page History Yes
Page Revisions Unlimited
Revision Diffs To current
Page Index Yes
Plugin System Yes
Special FeaturesMojoMojo Details
Unicode Support Yes
Right-to-Left Support  
Interface Languages 11 languages
Catalan, German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Russian
Email notification No
Comments Plugin
Categories Yes
Namespaces Yes
Page Redirection Yes
Conflict Handling Conflict Resolution
Search Full Text
Wiki Farming No
Structured Data No
LinksMojoMojo Details
CamelCase No
Freelinks Yes
Backlinks Yes
Image Links Yes
Windows Shares  
Page Redirects Yes
Syntax FeaturesMojoMojo Details
HTML Tags Some
Math formulas No
Tables simple + complex
CREOLE support No
Markdown Support Yes
Textile Support Yes
BBCode Support No
Emoticon Images Plugin
Syntax Highlighting Yes
Footnotes Yes
Quoting Yes
Internal Comments Yes
Custom styles Yes
FAQ Tags No
Scripting JavaScript
Content Includes Yes
Feed Aggregation Plugin
UsabilityMojoMojo Details
Section Editing No
Page Templates No
Double-Click Edit No
Toolbar Yes
WYSIWYG Editing Patch
Access Keys Yes
Auto Signature No
StatisticsMojoMojo Details
Recent Changes Yes
Wanted Pages Yes
Orphaned Pages Patch
Most/Least Popular  
Recent Visitors  
OutputMojoMojo Details
HTML XHTML 1.0 Transitional
CSS Stylesheets Yes
Printer Friendly Print View
Mobile Friendly  
Themes & Skins Yes
RSS Feeds Yes
ATOM Feeds Yes
Abbreviations No
Auto-TOC Optional
Raw Export Yes
HTML Export Yes
XML export No
PDF Export No
Media and FilesMojoMojo Details
File Attachments Yes
Media Revisions  
Embedded Flash Yes
Embedded Video Yes
Image Editing No
SVG Editing No
MindMap Editing No
Media Search  
ExtrasMojoMojo Details
Calendar No
Image Galleries Yes
Forums No
Blogs No
Ticket System No
Syntax ExamplesMojoMojo Details
Internal Link
[[another page]]
External Link
[Link text](

"link text":
#Heading 1

h1. Heading 1
Bold Format
Markdown: **bold**

Textile: *bold*
Italics Format
Underline Format
Textile: _underline_
Markdown: use HTML
Monospace Format
`command line example`

@command line example@
Strikethrough Format
normal text -striked- normal text
Superscript Format
Textile: ^superscript^
Subscript Format
Textile: ~subscript~
![alt text](/image/path "title text")

Aligning Text
< right
> left
= center
<> justify
Text Indentation
> text
Bulleted Lists
* an item
* another item
Numbered Lists
# item 1
# item 2
Definition Lists
dl. title:data goes here
Horizontal Rule
<hr />

» MojoMojo DocumentationMojoMojo Details

MojoMojo is a Web2.0 wiki with AJAX live preview, hierarchical structure, tags, diffs, pluggable syntax, permissions/ACL, attachments, RSS feeds, photo gallery, edit conflict resolution via 3-way merge, localization, built-in full-text search, themes/skins, a reverse index and many other features.

Since it's built on top of the Perl Catalyst web framework, MojoMojo supports ANY web server, and includes its own standalone one. It also supports any database backend supported by the DBIx::Class ORM, and has been successfully tested with PostgreSQL, SQLite and MySQL.

The code running MojoMojo is Open Source, under the Artistic License, just like Perl. The project has been running since 2005, with the first public release to CPAN in the fall of 2007, and version 1.0 released in May 2010. Sites using MojoMojo include the official Catalyst and HTML::FormFu wikis, and conversion of the Perl Foundation wiki from SocialText is in progress.

MojoMojo is prepackaged for Debian (libmojomojo-perl) and FreeBSD (p5-MojoMojo), and runs on Mac, Linux and Windows.


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