Is there a wiki like that on Google Code Hosting that commits every change in the subversion repository?

I used the wiki in a project hosted at Google Code. With this wiki all the changes you make with the web interface are committed in the subversion repository of the project.

For example, if you create the ExamplePage page using the wiki web interface the underlying software creates and commits a wiki/ExamplePage.wiki file in the subversion repository.

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  • This should work in the inverse way. If you modify the subversion repository the web interface shows the new version of the wiki.

    This is a nice features because let you edit files also with an external editor and then upload (commit) them to subversion.

    Do you know some open source project that support this feature?

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    Haven’t used it, but svnwiki seems it could be what you want.

    ikiwiki is a wiki compiler and cgi script that can integrate various VCS (svn and git at least) as storage backends.

    There is also Gitit, a wiki backed by a git or darcs filestore. Installing it is quite simple on any platform because it uses the cross-platform Haskell platform (even for the webserver, AFAIU).

    Git Baby is a git and github fan, let's start git clone.