||This extension is currently not actively maintained! Meaning any reports for additional features and/or bugfixes will more than likely be ignored. Volunteers are encouraged to take on the task of developing and maintaining it. As a courtesy, you may want to contact the author. You should also remove this template and list yourself as maintaining the extension in the page's
Release status: beta
|Description||Converts markup fragments or whole articles to XML and from XML to other stuff.|
|Latest version||r56074 (2009-09-08)|
|License||GNU General Public License|
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What can this extension do?[edit | edit source]
Converts markup fragments or whole articles to XML and from XML to other stuff. See here how it works: 
Installation[edit | edit source]
Download all the files from  and put them into a "wiki2xml" folder inside your "extensions" folder. Add the following line in your LocalSettings.php:
Lookup the README file for an alternative installation as cgi-bin script and configuration. The extension can then be accessed as "Special:Wiki2XML".
To download the files[edit | edit source]
If you have SubVersion installed then use the following command to download the files to directory "php" under the current directory:
See Subversion for more info.
Help[edit | edit source]
This extension is kind of quaint. For example some templates with tables aren't parsed right. Magnus Manske has put this extension on the back burner due to a lack of time. If you want to contribute to this extension, feel free to do so and join the discussion page.
See also[edit | edit source]
- Alternative parsers
- Can you roundtrip OpenOffice.org to MediaWiki and back again? - blog article describing the use of this one