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It has a few built-in syntaxes (including Markdown), and can render those out to HTML (including some generic templating for having static CSS/JavaScript).

And frankly, I simply consider it to be a wiki. I rarely if ever find the need to export it out. Makes for a great personal wiki if you're already in Vim.




I have successfully used the export feature to hand off project documentation I was keeping in vimwiki. This way they got a set of HTML files that anyone could view. Some of them did not use vim at all so while this meant the documentation would not be as easy to edit at least it was accessible.




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