Console application able to manage and edit content on supported collaborative websites like wikis.
It supports the following websites:
Get woob contentedit
You can run woob contentedit without any parameter to get an interactive prompt, or specify a command to run it directly and exit just after.
In this page we will use the interactive mode:
$ woob contentedit Welcome to woob contentedit Copyright(C) 2010-2021 The woob Team This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, version 3 of the License. Type "help" to display available commands. Loaded backends: woob contentedit>
help command to see what are the available commands.
For more information about common options of console applications, read this documentation.
The first time you launch woob contentedit, it will ask you what backends you want to add and configure.
You can also use the
backends command to manage them, and to enable only specific backends.
Edit a content
contentedit> edit ID1 [ID2 ...]
For example, with Redmine:
contentedit> edit wiki/woob/ContentEdit wiki/woob/Woob wiki/woob/Applications
Then, it opens the found contents in the editor defined in the environment variable
$EDITOR (for example vim). You can do all changes, then exit it.
It displays all changed pages, and prompts you for an optional commit message. Then, if you confirm, it pushes all changes:
Contents changed: * wiki/woob/ContentEdit * wiki/woob/Applications Enter a commit message: add contentedit Do you want to push? (Y/n): y Pushing wiki/woob/ContentEdit... done Pushing wiki/woob/Applications... done