Contributing to this Wiki
I've already transfered the Basic Setup and Installation of DosBox to this. With some URL rewriting and other tricks I managed to convert the old link to this one. So the old URL should redirect to new one once the thing is transfered. -Qbix
The old Wiki stuff can be found at: http://dosbox.sourceforge.net/oldwiki/
Style of Wiki entries
Inline DOS Commands
When referring to a DOS command in the middle of a sentence use the '''DOS COMMAND''' syntax. This makes commands standout clearly without breaking the flow of a sentence.
When typing in DOS commands use the <code><pre>This is an example</pre></code> syntax. Also be sure to type everything in UPPERCASE (this is consistent with the original documentation that came with MS-DOS as well as other DOS versions.
This is an example
If the command produces output that is important for the reader to understand you can add line breaks, but you should include the prompt information as best as possible to clearly distinguish between what is types and what is produced.
C:\>COPY FILE1.DAT C:\TEMP 1 file(s) copied.
Game and Application articles
Game and Software articles are intended to help a user understand how to execute and use programs that might not run in DOSBox easily. Information like how to complete a game or operate a program is not needed in this Wiki, and should instead be linked to other web sites if available. A Game or Application that runs without any issues or needs no special configuration is not an ideal candidate for an article. If you plan on adding an article on a Game or Application make sure to first check the lists for each, to see if it is already written.
Right now URLS for games should be preceded with GAMES: followed by a short clear (and if possible, commonly used) version of the game title. Links to that article can of course be as verbose as is reasonable.
This Wiki is powered by MediaWiki (the same engine that powers the Wikipedia project). Some features that are avaible in Wikipedia are not available here (like thumbnail generation or #IF and #ELSE commands) but for the most part, this Wiki follows the same syntax provides the same functionality that you can find in Wikipedia.