Hi Thomas,

Well the current mode of operation is to generate html pages on demand.

What about pre-generation. If I recall correctly that is something
which the Apache Cocoon framework supports. basically tell the system
. walk through all your pages generate the HTML and save to a file.
This would need special link handling and some file naming rules.

Obviously forms and edit buttons should also be skipped.

Again I would like to see special handling for the core docs so that
if I put the ref*.html files in the same directory as the pregenerated
code the links to core docs would JustWork with the local copies.

PS (are you planning on releasing the code under GPL or some such licence? )



2008/10/14 Tomas Hlavaty <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:
> Hi Konrad,
>> The one nice thing about having core documetnation, which is local
>> to my system is that I can access it when I'm offline, which is most
>> of the time.
>> I get the impression that some people stay online constantly. Here
>> in Australia however internet connections are comparable expensive
>> (we don't have true unlimited usage plans, it is all metered by
>> download amount). So my laptop stays offline unless I really,
>> really, need somthing that isn't on my system.
> good point, I didn't think about that.  Maybe picoWiki could have the
> data available for off-line use as a tarball or so allowing you to run
> a local picoWiki server?  Or, maybe generate static read-only snapshot
> available for download once in a while?
> Cheers,
> Tomas
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