Learn about DokuWiki
Learn about DokuWiki
DokuWiki comes with a few PHP scripts meant to be executed from the (UNIX) commandline of the DokuWiki server. All the scripts are located in the
Note: In order to be able to use these scripts you need the PHP CLI interpreter installed on the system.
There are two ways to run the scripts. You can either make them executable:
$> chmod +x ./bin/<script>.php $> ./bin/<script>.php
or run them as follows (recommended):
$> /path/to/php bin/<script>.php
Note: There have been problems reported with some plugins that rely on ACLs and authentication or the DokuWiki event system.
Usage: dwpage.php [opts] <action> Utility to help command line DokuWiki page editing, allow pages to be checked out for editing then committed after changes Normal operation would be; ACTIONS checkout: see $ dwpage.php --help=checkout commit: see $ dwpage.php --help=commit lock: see $ dwpage.php --help=lock OPTIONS -h, --help=<action>: get help e.g. $ ./dwpage.php -hcommit e.g. $ ./dwpage.php --help=commit
Allows you to update the search index.
Usage: indexer.php <options> Updates the searchindex by indexing all new or changed pages when the -c option is given the index is cleared first. OPTIONS -h, --help show this help and exit -c, --clear clear the index before updating -q, --quiet don't produce any output
This needs to be run as the appropriate user and possibly the right directory to work. e.g. www-data in ~www-data under debian lenny. So for example, if your wiki is in
sudo -u www-data /var/www/wiki/bin/indexer.php
If you experiment errors, please firstly check that you are calling the script in the bin path and not in the /lib/exe.
When working with farms, you can define the animal variable while calling the script. Please note that this is on single command line.
Usage: wantedpages.php [wiki:namespace] Outputs a list of wanted pages (pages which have internal links but do not yet exist). If the optional [wiki:namespace] is not provided, defaults to the root wiki namespace OPTIONS -h, --help get help
Allows you to remove unwanted language files from an installation.
Usage: striplangs.php [-h [-x]] [-e] [-k lang1[,lang2]..[,langN]] Removes all languages from the installation, except the ones after the -k option. English language is never removed! OPTIONS -h, --help get this help -x, --examples get also usage examples -k, --keep comma separated list of languages, -e is always implied -e, --english keeps english, dummy to use without -k
Helps with maintaining DokuWiki and plugins installed via git.
Usage: gittool.php <command> [parameters] Manage git repositories for DokuWiki and its plugins and templates. EXAMPLE $> ./bin/gittool.php clone gallery template:ach $> ./bin/gittool.php repos $> ./bin/gittool.php origin -v COMMANDS help This help screen clone <extensions> Tries to install a known plugin or template (prefix with template:) via git. Uses the DokuWiki.org plugin repository to find the proper git repository. Multiple extensions can be given as parameters install <extensions> The same as clone, but when no git source repository can be found, the extension is installed via download repos Lists all git repositories found in this DokuWiki installation <any> Any unknown commands are assumed to be arguments to git and will be executed in all repositories found within this DokuWiki installation
This tool gives access to all installed CLI Plugins. Call it without any arguments to get a list of installed plugins:
Call the plugin's help screen to learn more
./bin/plugin.php <pluginname> -h