OK, from  your response I see it won't be enabled in Moin 2.0.0,
maybe in Moin 2.X later.

I personally wanted it for my projects because I love the "cutting edge",
but I guess I should stay in 1.9.7.

I'm no expert in neither Python nor convertors, so I trust what you're saying.

Only one question left I still would like to know:
How can I use the converter(even with it's issues) to convert from HTML to WIKI?
(I mean "which button do this" :-) )

Thanks for your response!

> Date: Mon, 9 Dec 2013 12:53:27 +0100
> From: tw@waldmann-edv.de
> To: moin-user@lists.sourceforge.net
> Subject: Re: [Moin-user] Enable CKEditor in Moin2
> On 12/09/2013 07:13 AM, Tal Hadad wrote:
> > OK I saw this, but yet, isn't there a simple conversion from html to
> > wiki and so reverse like moin 1.9.7?
> As you may have noticed, this stuff is neither simple nor unproblematic,
> it had quite some fundamental issues in moin 1.x.
> Also, (f)ckeditor is javascript stuff, so every customization there
> needs work in javascript (and I am not a js developer).
> > I read there is a massive work in conversion many formats to DOM and so
> > in reverse, and I wonder if a same page could be edited once in WIKI format
> > and once in HTML format.
> Theoretically yes, but:
> * there might be roundtrip issues
> * there might be fundamental issues
> * there is a lot of other stuff to do (for me)
> So, I won't put effort into implementing that in the foreseeable future.
> If you want to help, you can start improving the converters, looking out
> for roundtrip issues.
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