On Dec 17, 5:31 pm, Rick DeNatale <rick.denat...@gmail.com> wrote:

> One example is a wiki.  Ward Cunningham's original wiki used (probably
> still uses) the file system to save the wiki pages, and relied on
> users to manually weed out unwanted changes.  Wikipedia uses a complex
> relational database to save wiki pages and provide version control.
> Building a wiki on git would seem to be a fairly natural idea, but I
> don't think that the interface between the app and git would look like
> a relational db api.

That's what ikiwiki [1] and gitit [2] do. There may be others as well.

1. http://ikiwiki.info/
2. http://hackage.haskell.org/package/gitit


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