Chris Browne wrote:
> Wikis have a habit of getting out of date in ways that make them even
> more difficult to rectify, because the data is frequently structured in
> a way that doesn't make it particularly easy to pull it out and
> transform it into other forms.
The standard way to backup a Mediawiki install is to export to XML:
At which point you can transform it as easily as any other structured
document and then re-import.
Given that the pages on the PostgreSQL wiki about CVS and Git have been
the most up to date resources on those topics available since shortly
after their respective creation dates, I'm not sure what one could
criticize about them as an information source in this area.
Greg Smith 2ndQuadrant Baltimore, MD
PostgreSQL Training, Services and Support
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