Version 2.5

Security fix for untrusted remote repository (2021-06-05). File inclusion in Muse documents, extended API, configurable web chat, theme switcher, custom pages under /p/, language-specific fonts, OAI-PMH implementation, RTL support, annotations, collections, series and aggregations, bookcovers!

Marco Pessotto, Alexander Krotov
How to install Amusewiki

Installation and post-installation configuration for various OS

The Text::Amuse markup manual The writer’s guide

Everything you have to know about the Text::Amuse markup. Last updated for version 1.81 (1.81 March 29, 2022).

Font management

Fine tuning for fonts in the downloadable files and for languages

Creating a hidden service for amusewiki

How to configure a hidden service This guide describes how to create a Tor hidden service for your AmuseWiki instance. You should also be able to use i2p and Gnunet but those are untested.

Integration with external sites

Embedding existing texts, creating and editing texts via API

Templates and custom formats

Even if Amusewiki can be used as a blog or wiki engine, its prominent feature is the production of camera-ready PDFs. There are various ways you can affect the output. This article explains what to do if you need more control on the output.

File inclusion in documents

Include snippets from other files

Version 2.4

Introducing nodes, ACME2 support, improved support for binary uploads, express publishing, custom category types (not limited to authors/topics), bookbuilder improvements, security fix

Upstream bugs

Legacy page for older installations without the repackaged TeXlive! (amusewiki-texlive)