One thing that may be worth mentioning, asciidoc can act as a filter and 
along with the -s option you can markup a text stream. For example try:

echo '*Hello World!*' | asciidoc -s -

Not very sophisticated but may be useful as a proof of concept.

Cheers, Stuart

Dag Wieers wrote:
> On Sat, 27 Jan 2007, Felix Obenhuber wrote:
>> i'm wondering, if there's a wiki out there with uses asciidoc markup? Using
>> several markups for writing docs, wikis etc. isn't really what i 
>> type
>> should be enough... do you know anything?
> I think what is needed is to allow the asciidoc-library to be used as a 
> backend to python-based wiki's. For that there should be a usable 
> interface for asciidoc. (eg. a loadable asciidoc module maybe)
> I haven't looked at the code yet if it is possible. But if it isn't I 
> don't think it would be a lot of work to do it.
>> I imagine something like a textfile (asciidoc) based wiki. Files are kept in 
>> git,
>> so i can use vim (with adopted vimki) to write asciidoc textfiles and commit
>> those. Modifying a suited wiki solution to show htmls generated from the 
>> asciidoc
>> files and perform a commit on pressing the save button  after editing over 
>> web
>> frontend.
> We want this for our work as well. An asciidoc-frontend and indexing 
> system for storage of text-files. The backend is a versioning system 
> (subversion in our case).
>> I see the folowing advantages:
>>  * easy export in lots of format, thanks to asciidoc
>>  * fast and reliable storage through git
>>  * collaborative writing by syncing git repositories
>>  * comfortable browsing by wiki web frontend
>>  * store non text blobs in git - list them in some way for access (don't know
>>    about the best way.
> Right, nothing to add here :)
>> Maybe a python based wiki is most suited for an direct asciidoc
>> integration...
>> What do you think about? Have a akin "homebrew" solution? Tell me.
> I'm willing to commit time to this as well. I'm very interested in using 
> Django combined with this. Keep me in sync, whatever you plan to do :)
> Kind regards,
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