Headings? Yes (using "= header =" markup, up to 5 levels; support for table of contents).
Allowable WikiNames: Literally any (default is Latin-1 with 0-9 regarded as lowercase letters, the character sets for uppercase and lowercase are configurable; special markup allows any sequence of characters to be a wiki name, thus there are quite a few Japanese MoinMoin wikis).
Import / Export Features: On the OS level, the pages files can be copied, tar'ed, etc. For example, the MoinMoin wiki itself is put under CVS control in addition to the built-in versioning.
Translators to/from other Wikis? Not built-in, but possible by the parser/formatter mechanism used to parse and emit pages.
Extra Features: "fancy" links, user preferences [0.6], inline code and code displays, graphical smileys, page redirects, table of contents within a page [0.6], "printable" version of page (excluding headers, editing links, ...), "raw" page text (get the wiki markup as text/plain), numbered lists with different styles (numeric, roman, alpha) and start values [0.6].
I've been using MoinMoin for my own stuff... and I really like it. It's well documented, full featured, easy to use, and I found it very easy to modify when I wanted to add a feature. Thanks JuergenHermann, for making this available! -- MichaelChermside
Originator / Author, Maintainer, Contributors
Originator / Author:JuergenHermann (providing the basic technical info)
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