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metalised #1
Member since Feb 2007 · 1 post
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Subject: Namespace level printing
Hi,
We are using dokuwiki as a compilation of documentation on a project and would like to be able to print this documentation. Unfortunately the only way to do this is page by page.

Does anyone know of a plugin that allows for printing of a namespace?

For example we have top level namespaces for development, testing, usage, etc and within these a number of pages that explain how a specific page should be created within PHP.
What we are looking for is a way of printing the whole of a namespace to create a developers guide, a testing guide and so-on.

Any suggestions appreciated.... especially as we already have a load of stuff waiting to be printed  :-)

Cheers,
M
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steve02476 #2
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I'm very interested in this same issue. I'd like to keep our IT department documentation using a wiki, and I really like DokuWiki.

But I need a way to dump the whole thing on to paper to keep in a notebook.
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zyberdog #3
Member since Oct 2006 · 25 posts · Location: Denmark
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Have you seen the composer plugin?

This plugin creates a single page from a chosen directory.
All files are included, so that you are able to print it or save it as single page.

http://wiki.splitbrain.org/plugin:composer
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