Thorsten Jolitz <tjol...@googlemail.com> writes: > *Request for comments/help*: > The most important feature to make this mode *really* useful does > probably already exist, but needs to be figured out and described: > remotely access the PicoLisp-Wiki from within Emacs, probably using > *Tramp*, (add and) edit wiki files in picolisp-wiki-mode, then save them > on the server - without ever touching the web-interface. > > I'm not quite sure if and how this would work with the PicoLisp-Wiki, > since due to its dynamic nature (are there really 'files' involved?) it > might be a 'special case'.
A quick consulting with Alex confirmed that the PicoLisp-Wiki is indeed a 'special-case' and the way to go is to use the web-interface for accessing and navigating the wiki and Emacs for externally editing the 'files'. For an overall "Emacs-like" experience, using and configuring the Conkeror webbrowser seems to be a good idea: see: http://conkeror.org/ http://conkeror.org/ExternalEditing -- cheers, Thorsten -- UNSUBSCRIBE: mailto:email@example.com?subject=Unsubscribe