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=Converting HTML=
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==Using Perl on your own computer==
 
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** This uses plain HTTP: http://labs.seapine.com/htmltowiki.cgi
 
** This uses plain HTTP: http://labs.seapine.com/htmltowiki.cgi
 
** This uses HTTPS: https://wiki.uww.edu/converter.php
 
** This uses HTTPS: https://wiki.uww.edu/converter.php
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=Converting TWiKi=
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Untested converter: [http://wiki.ittoolbox.com/index.php/Code:Twiki2mediawiki Twiki2mediawiki].
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=Converting Latex=
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We're making modifications to Latex2MediaWiki.py so that it will support our particular latex styles.

Revision as of 20:23, 7 March 2007

1 Converting HTML

1.1 Using Perl on your own computer

Grab the HTML-WikiConverter, build it and follow the directions. You will need to supply the HTML file names on the command line and capture the output (the program writes to standard output) and then open a MediaWiki page for editing and paste the MediaWiki markup. Fairly painless unless you're working with a complex, multipage document.

NB: This coverter does not like <div> tags.

1.2 Using online tools

These are web pages (CGIs) which run the HTML-WikiConverter software, so any limitations of the above software apply to this as well. However, they save you the trouble of getting the code and building it.

2 Converting TWiKi

Untested converter: Twiki2mediawiki.

3 Converting Latex

We're making modifications to Latex2MediaWiki.py so that it will support our particular latex styles.