Summary: User notes for the WikiSh recipe.
Users: +3

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Obsolete WikiSh is obsolete, no longer maintained, and does not work on modern versions of PHP


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  • (+) It is the first recipe I install on any new pmwiki site I set up. I feel like I'm working blindfolded and with both hands tied behind my back on sites that don't have WikiSh installed. Of course I may be just the tiniest bit biased... :-) Peter Bowers May 16, 2009, at 01:04 PM
  • (+) i love this recipe. it's extremely powerful, and can take a little bit of getting used to for the inexperienced, but it's really great. the main problem i've encountered is if i take any time off, i tend to forget everything - but luckily Peter's documentation is about the best and most complete there is, so it's easy to get back on track. thanks peter! overtones99
  • (+) I use this for multi-page search and replace. It's very powerful if you know how to use it. RandyB January 29, 2010, at 10:50 AM

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