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I would like to make a multi-page online tutorial that includes a lot of snippets of C++ code. I'm looking for something like the preview of source code provided by the programming-related StackExchange sites. What wiki-engine and associated editor is designed for this type of programming-centered content?

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I would go with a WordPress install and a plugin to facilitate the code highlighting. There are many options for that. Here's a rundown of some of them:

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WikiMatrix is awesome for comparing wikis. As for a Stack Exchange like feel, you're probably not going to see a slick live preview, or at least I haven't found one that will do this. It may be possible to set it up yourself. This question might help you, and this is what Stack Exchange uses.

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I'd love to see what you end up with by the way. I'd appreciate a ping when you've got something to show off. :) – Tanner Faulkner Jan 17 '13 at 15:07

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