The metadata abstraction is used in MoinLight to control the conversion of wiki content from its input form to its eventual output form.
The settings or properties retained by the conversion metadata are described below.
The name used for attachment directories.
The filename to be incorporated into page links so that such links reference a particular file instead of the page directory containing the file. This is useful when generating HTML content to be browsed as local files.
The filename to be used for HTML documents providing page content in a directory output context. This will inherit any specified setting for the document index.
The form of the input to be processed.
The character encoding used in the input documents.
The location of the input document or directory of documents.
The default format of input documents.
The separator used to structure hierarchical pagenames.
The format of encoded links in converted documents. Typically, this will conform to the general output format of the documents.
A mapping of identifiers to URLs, used to generate interwiki links.
The form of the output to be processed.
The character encoding used in the output documents.
The default format of output documents.
The location of the output document or directory of documents.
The pagename of the root document in a collection of documents.
Required for applying themes to output. The names combine a theme name with an output format. For example: