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Pm2Media - PmWiki to MediaWiki converter

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Pm2Media is a PmWiki to MediaWiki converter, reading contents of an existing PmWiki, converting it into MediaWiki syntax and then posting it into a MediaWiki.

The converter is not using the official MediaWiki API, rather it is simulating a browser logging in with a specified user.

The converter was tested with MediaWiki 1.16.5 and PmWiki 2.1.27.

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  • Convert PmWiki to MediaWiki
  • Automated creation of articles within MediaWiki
  • Automated upload of images into MediaWiki


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Advanced End Users, System Administrators

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