I was not able to move the files from storage in v1.3 or v1.4 to the new
1.5.  So I've exported everything and copied it to brand new pages.
However, I can't find a good way to move the BLIKI over.  

Do you have any ideas?

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Assaph Mehr [mailto:assaph / gmail.com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, February 02, 2005 7:26 AM
> To: ruby-talk ML
> Subject: [ANN] Pimki 1.5
> 
> 
> Hi All,
> 
> Pimki version 1.5 is out. This is a bug fixes release with 
> some new features added:
> - RedCloth is now defaulting to 2.0.11.
> Controllable through command-line (see pimki --help).
> - Advanced Search
> - Storage (Madeleine snapshots) control through edit_web
> - c2 wiki links via [c2[PageName]]
> - FavIcon (working in Firefox)
> 
> Visit Pimki's home page for the full details: 
> http://pimki.rubyforge.org/
> 
> Cheers,
> Assaph
> 
> 
> Pimki is a PIM 
> (Personal Information Manager) based on Instiki's Wiki 
> technology. Current version is based on the latest Instiki (0.9.2).
> 
> There are some features added to Instiki, features that only 
> make sense when you view it as a personal application and not 
> as a group oriented application. Some Instiki features were 
> suppressed. See below for a full list.
> 
> Download it from the RubyForge project page or go the gem way 
> and simply run: gem install pimki
> 
> Please note that Pimki, like Instiki, relies on several 
> external libraries (most notably RedCloth and Madeleine). 
> These are included in the zip release for easy install, or 
> will be installed as gem-dependencies.
> 
> Besides all the regular Instiki features, Pimki adds:
> 
> * Mind Map: a graph of wiki connections (made with GraphViz)
> * Bliki: a blog integrated with the wiki
> * Todo items with contexts and listing
> * Extra symbols that can be displayed on a page
> * Delete/Rename pages through the 'All Pages' list
> * Added Left-Side Menu
> * Advanced and Expanded Search
> 
> 
>