Markdown Wiki Server for Local usage
This project was created due to my (and my team's) necesity to have documentation repository that is not dependent on any other server or database and since Markdown is one of the most common formats today for this documentation types and Git Flavored Markdown is even better, then it was an obvious choice.
mdwiki as a global module you will be able to run it on your project folder and nicely read any Markdown you have on it; if you have (and I am sure you do have) other modules installed on your project, you'll be able to also easily read their documentation without having to navigate to other places.
mdwiki will also detect and use any README.md file as the current folder "index".
This module is only for local server. In the future it may be switable for a "production" environment, but not for now.
npm install -g mdwiki
If all you want to do is read your rendered Markdown files, just fire the commands below and forget about the console.
mdwiki currently suppors following options:
-h, --help output usage information-p, --port [port] Port 
If something else is using port 8080 and you need to run
mdwiki on a different folder, just add the port option:
mdwiki -p 3000
Some of the used libraries include:
Copyright (c) 2013 Erick Ruiz de Chavez
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