This is the successor of ReallySimpleWikiMode and got integrated into EmacsHttp?. See WikiModeDiscussion for comparisons. All it does is add a keybinding to insert some tags, and the hilighting of tags plus WikiNames. If you are editing wiki pages within Emacs, this is quite elegant.
This requires two steps:
Getting the wiki page into Emacs: Some browsers allow you to define an external editor for text areas. This is where you must set emacs, emacsclient, or gnuclient as your editor.
Activating simple-wiki-mode for these pages: This usually exploits some naming convention for the browser’s temporary files. Here is an example for w3m:
(require 'simple-wiki) (add-to-list 'auto-mode-alist '("w3mtmp" . simple-wiki-mode))
In addition, if you are using GNU Emacs, you have to add the following to your init file:
Use the following code to have
‘C-c C-t’ insert tags.
(autoload 'sgml-tag "sgml-mode" t) (define-key simple-wiki-mode-map (kbd "C-c C-t") 'sgml-tag)
If you are using PsgmlMode, beware of name conflicts and help fix the situation.
If you are using OpeningQuote, add:
(add-hook 'simple-wiki-mode-hook (lambda () (local-set-key (kbd "'") 'maybe-open-apostrophe)))
This is what I often use:
(add-hook 'simple-wiki-mode-hook 'turn-on-auto-fill)