provides an easy file viewer like interface
to inspect and modify pages and all their internal flags and fields.
You can also delete, rename or duplicate pages. It even provides a
shell-like interface for inserting common actions into a
So this effectively replaces a few of the early utilities.
is a powerful commandline
utility, but you need
shell (ssh) access on the Web server to use it. There is however
now this web-based frontend for all other users, which gives access
to most of its commands.
With the SetupWizard you can more easily create a custom
script or even a monsterwiki.php
(combination of the ewiki core and plugin files). This saves you
looking into README.plugins
can live without a few advanced features.
If you haven't a cron daemon you can start the automated database
admin tools by hand on occassion. They however need a bit
configuraton prior use (very little of it is enabled per default).
If you had the right plugins loaded, you'd also get in-Wiki
and the enhanced
can make a tarball with static
.html files from all your pages
· use TextUpload
for uploading many pages
in a ZIP or Tarball
to get a tarball with raw text
of all pages (for later reinsertion)