Looking for a free text converter? Look no more, upload your Vimwiki files and convert them to XWiki markup files. Yes, it’s that easy.
Converting from Vimwiki
For people that think Vim is not confusing enough: Let me introduce you to VimWiki. A personal wiki inside of Vim. Maxim Kim, the developer of VimWiki, was stuck in Vim for years. After trying to exit Vim for a while, he tried to accept his fate and used the time behind bars to invent something new. VimWiki was born. It consists of a number of linked text files that have their own syntax highlighting. Use it to organize notes, manage to-dos, write documentation or maintain a diary (nobody will expect your diary inside of Vim). I wonder if someone already invented
The files end with
.wiki by default.
Converting to XWiki markup
Let’s start with the good parts: XWiki is a free and open source software platform. The idea behing XWiki is to build a software that’s easily extensible. It comes with a Wiki (surprise!), a search, a blog, a file manager, a calendar, forums and tasks. A real jack of all trades. The text markup language looks like the MediaWiki syntax, but a few extra features. You can even add CSS to parts of your document (not sure if that’s a good idea though), or even complex things like a filterable table. Unfortunately the XWiki platform is written in Java. You should probably have some experience with Java to extend it’s functionality. That’s definitely not for me.The files end with
.txtby default. More about XWiki markup files