FliKISS configΒΆ

By default FliKISS will look for a config file in your home $HOME/.flikissrc.

You can use an alternate config file using the command’s config parameter (see the Run section for more details).

Settings are configured in the form of a Python module (a file) and need to respect the Python syntax. All the setting identifiers must be set in all-caps, otherwise they will not be processed.

Here is a list of settings you can overwrite :

Setting name(default value) What does it do
PASSWORD (password) Password to create or edit files
PAGES_DIR ($FliKISS_path/pages) Absolute path to store your contents
MEDIA_DIR ($FliKISS_path/media) Absolute path to store your media
NAMESPACES ([]) You can use namespaces to categorize your pages. Namespaces are like new FliKISS instances, with their own menu and pages. While pages are similar to files, namespaces are similar to folders. Each namespace will be served on a sub-url using its name (for example a namespace named wiki will be served on http://your-servername.com/wiki/)

Here is an example of valid config file:

PASSWORD = 'A_password_very_hard_to_find'
PAGES_DIR = '/home/test/wiki/pages/'
MEDIA_DIR = '/home/test/wiki/media'
NAMESPACES = ['wiki','test']


FliKISS does not need a config file to be run, but you should create one to overwrite at least the default password(password).

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