Wiki engines written in Perl.
Wiki Perl module published at CPAN. No test suite and no longer updated since 2002.
A Perl toolkit for developing wikis.
A wiki clone "for regular people", based on templates and designed for ease of localization.
Fork of TWiki in response to the commercialisation of that product. Site provides community and developer information, extensions, and support.
A wiki engine designed for modularity and easy installing.
An open-sourced Catalyst-based wiki, with live as-you-type AJAX preview of edits, hierarchical page structure, RSS feeds, and attachment galleries.
A wiki whose primary markup language is perlPOD. It supports includes, graphics, version control, diffs, merge-back, permissions, variables, attributes etc. Development ceased in 2007.
An enterprise wiki and weblog partially derived from open-source Kwiki. Available with a commercial license as a hosted service, or a dedicated hardware appliance. Site contains a product overview, support center, and event list.
Modularized descendant of UseModWiki with limited weblog support, used on Technomanifestos.net. GPL. No longer developed since 2002.
Heavily featured variant, with revision control, templates, category tables, authorization based on groups, automatic email notification of changes, file attachments.
A single-file implementation of the original Wiki concept created by WardCunningham. With flatfile database and numerous patches to extend feature set.
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