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[web] Converting HTML to Wiki format

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I have a Doku Wiki site and am attempting to convert a bunch of large .chm help manuals to a format that can be easily posted. There's a lot of .chm decompilers that do things like convert to html, but I havent found a directo to Wiki solution... This is kind of a shot in the dark question, but is there a converter that can take a .chm file and generate different styles of wiki format? Thanks

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I don't think so. What Wiki are you running? Can't you simply post the HTML (MediaWiki can IIRC) and use perhaps a regular expression search&replace to fix the URL's?

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I haven't the slightest idea what a .chm file is, but I can answer the question in your title. I do know there are HTML to wiki converters (the meta wiki help told me so, but I can't find the page anymore to find the links). Not as helpful, but here are the HTML elements allowed in a wiki.

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