Mar 26 2012

I just uploaded Foswiki on a USB Stick v1.1.5rc1

Tag: newSven Dowideit @ 9:11 pm

We’ve spent the last month fixing about 100 bugs, and security auditing 1.1.4 (and fixing several things along the way)

so this is the most stable, and safest foswiki release ever.

I’ve also fixed a few TWiki compatibility bugs that were broken in TWiki since about 2005 – so foswiki 1.1.5 is quite possibly more TWiki compatible than TWiki 5 itself!

please try it – and report any issues you find so we can work on them for the release next week

download foswiki on a USB stick 1.1.5rc1 now

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Jan 03 2009

Foswiki v1 beta 3 Windows Installer

Tag: enterprise,foswiki,new,open source,perl,twiki,twikifork,wikiSven Dowideit @ 10:44 am

Yesterday I uploaded the first Foswiki Installer for windows to Foswiki Downloads. It will install Apache 2.2 (if you don’t already have it) and Strawberry Perl and then configure and install Foswiki v1.0.0 beta 3.

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Dec 09 2008

Strawberry Perl rocks Windows.

if you’re working or just running Perl on Windows, drop everything, run, don’t walk, to StrawberryPerl. Adam Kennedy has not only made a real Perl for windows, he’s made a _proper_ Perl . One where CPAN just plain works.

Even better, he’s made a Perl that you can use portably, from your USB stick, so you don’t even need to install Perl on your locked down computer.

To learn about his code, I’m building a FoswikiOnAStick distro based on his code, and then I hope to work out how to extend the concept to other platforms.

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Feb 11 2008

TWiki (4.2 final) Microsoft Windows, OSX and rpm (Centos & Fedora Core i386) installers

Tag: enterprise,new,twiki,twikiapplication,wikiSven Dowideit @ 1:31 pm

logoed_installer.jpgThese Windows, OSX, Centos and Fedora Core installers are fully integrated native installers that will update your Computer with perl, apache, rcs and other tools needed to run TWiki on that platform.TWiki 4.2.0 contains many new improvements to TWiki, including a much improved Wysiwyg editor, a structured query engine, a more generic authentication system and at the same time, the Core engine is faster than the previous twiki4 releases.The TWiki installers include native installs of (only installed if not already)

  1. Apache 2.2 (Windows & rpm)
  2. Perl (ActiveState – Windows & native for rpm)
  3. Gnu Grep (Windows only)
  4. Gnu rcs (All platforms)
  5. TWiki 4.2.0 Release.

Please download it, try it out and report your impressions, ideas, bugs and successes here, on TWiki.org, or in the TWiki Bugs system.

Another TWiki innovation brought to you by distributedINFORMATION & WikiRing.com

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Dec 22 2007

Windows installer of TWiki 4.2 rc2 that uses Strawberry perl 5.10 beta 2

Tag: perl,twiki,wikiSven Dowideit @ 2:01 pm

For the extremely adventurous – I have built an installer using Strawberry Perl 5.10 beta2 – TWiki-4.2.0-rc2.1-strawberry.exe

Warning: Search does not work, and needs someone to debug it (I’m away over xmas)

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Nov 30 2007

TWiki (4.2 rc1) Microsoft Windows, OSX and rpm (Centos & Fedora Core i386) installers

Tag: enterprise,new,twikiSven Dowideit @ 10:21 pm

logoed_installer.jpg

These Windows, OSX, Centos and Fedora Core installers are fully integrated native installers that will update your Computer with perl, apache, rcs and other tools needed to run TWiki on that platform.

TWiki 4.2.0 contains many new improvements to TWiki, including a much improved Wysiwyg editor, a structured query engine, a more generic authentication system and at the same time, the Core engine is faster than the previous twiki4 releases.

The TWiki installers include native installs of (only installed if not already)

  1. Apache 2.2 (Windows & rpm)
  2. Perl (ActiveState – Windows & native for rpm)
  3. Gnu Grep (Windows only)
  4. Gnu rcs (All platforms)
  5. TWiki 4.2.0 Release Candidate 1.

Please download it, try it out and report your impressions, ideas, bugs and successes here, on TWiki.org, or in the TWiki Bugs system.

Another TWiki innovation brought to you by distributedINFORMATION & WikiRing.com

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