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The fundamental insight for this engine is that wiki pages are read far more often than they are modified. Thus, the generated HTML can be cached. It follows that the main code path will check that the .html file exists and simply copy it to stdout in the vast majority of cases. The .html file generated from each .wiki file is about the same size as the .wiki file itself, so there will be no particular I/O advantage, but there is a huge CPU advantage, and a significant memory footprint advantage, and since I want to run a wiki on a geriatric 20MB 33MHz 386 machine, this is a good thing.
The source distribution is self configuring using a GNU Autoconf generated configure script.
|Quickie is written and owned by Peter Miller <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is freely distributable under the terms and conditions of the GNU GPL.||There is more Software by Peter Miller at his home page.|