I'm not certain why you would want to do this as zim is a wiki itself, and
it already has an export to html function if you wanted to share the pages
(non-read-write) with other people.  At work we share a zim wiki within a
team of people by checking in edits via perforce source control (though you
could easily use subversion, git, etc.).

If you still want to do the conversion, I think you would want to copy
these files to a new area, then use a shell/perl/python script to translate
the wiki syntax.  I haven't used dokuwiki in a few years, but I'm certain
that it's syntax differs from zim a little.



On Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 5:10 AM, Pascal Legrand <
pascal.legr...@univ-orleans.fr> wrote:

> Hello,
> is there an easy way to import all my zim directory into dokuwiki?
> i'm trying to do that but it doesnt works
> thanks for your help
>
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> Pascal
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