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FlightGear wiki:Howto: Wiki addon development

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Status

Objective

Background

dot_sent came up with a tool for editing the FlightGear wiki, it's written in Perl and the source code is on Github, feel free to lurk around and modify to your taste if you feel like it: https://github.com/dot-sent/FlightGearWikiClient[1]

In addition, there is the Instant-Cquotes script (written in JavaScript) which started out as a userscript (via GreaseMonkey), which got meanwhile ported to the Web extension framework. dot_sent mentioned plans to also use JavaScript for his tool.

Requirements

For the sake of simplicity, it's recommended to have the following tools installed:

  • git
  • npm
  • node.js
  • web-ext

Testing the extension

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See history for the latest developments.

Related

References
  1. dot_sent  (Feb 1st, 2018).  My personal solution to Wiki bugs .