A graphical editor for creating cookbook entries using the MoinMoin wiki syntax
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README.org

WikiCookBook

WikiCookBook is a simple graphical editor for creating MoinMoin wiki pages for recipes.

It is based on Python, QT and PyQt.

Building

Microsoft Windows

Building in Microsoft Windows happens with pyinstaller. Here the complete process.

git clone git@git.mmk2410.org:mmk2410/wikicookbook
cd wikicookbook
python -m venv venv
.\venv\Scripts\activate.bat
pip install -r requirements.txt
.\venv\Scripts\pyinstaller.exe --onefile --windowed wikicookbook.py

The result can the be found in the dist directory.