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I've been using sphinx as a document engine for an internal document server in my company. It uses ReStructuredText as its markup language.

Today, I need to edit the source files manually, compile the HTML, check that it works and then upload it to an internal server. This is tedious and my colleagues are refrained from updating the documents.

Wiki would be a great solution, but Is there a free, open-source wiki engine that supports ReStructuredText, or at least plain text?



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Trac supports reStructuredText. By default, it's as easy as:

.. note:: I use reStructuredText all the time...

and you should also be able configure it to be the default (but I don't remember if that requires any hacking or not)...

There's a high-powered wiki in Haskell called Gitit as well.

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