On 18/05/05, Rory Browne <rory.browne at gmail.com> wrote:
> How is twiki in the performance area? After a bit of digging around, I
> found that it is designed for cgi/perl, but aparently ran okay on
> mod_perl as well.
I use it in work on a shared box and it's acceptable (even without mod_perl).
Though it's not used heavily (yet).
> How does it store information? I checked through the requirements and
> there doesn't seem to be a database in there anywhere.
RCS text files, hence the revision control and diffing.
As Kevin mentioned TWiki does have authentication but (when I last looked)
they admitted authentication was a bolt-on and could easily be circumvented.
Kieran Tully, Software Developer and Tenor
Reply to Kieran.Tully AT acm.org
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