Scribe is an alternative mapfile syntax, learn how to use it in our guide: Getting started with Scribe syntax
ScribeUI is a web-based application that help you edit standard mapfiles and scribe maps through a friendly UI featuring an instant preview of the map, points of interest and other functionalities. Scribe is an alternate syntax for mapserver mapfiles that adds new features to make your life easier, while still generating a valid regular mapfile. Learn more
For the most part, yes. However, there is a bug in mod_wsgi 3.3 which causes some css files to load incorrectly (more info the issue). It is an unpredictable bug, which can happen often as it can never happen. It is not recommended to use mod_wsgi 3.3 or earlier for this reason, especially on a production setup.
As there is no package ready yet, you will have to compile a version of mod_wsgi. It is fairly easy on ubuntu. Uninstall any previous version of mod_wsgi you may have. Make sure you have the python-dev, build-essential and apache2-prefork-dev installed, then download the source and compiling it is a matter of a few commands:
./configure make sudo make install
And you must edit scribeui's apache config file, which should be located at /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ScribeUI.conf and add the path of your mod_wsgi version, for example:
LoadModule wsgi_module /usr/lib/apache2/modules/mod\_wsgi.so
It's possible, all the required softwares are available for windows. Installation instructions are being worked on!
Restarting apache should fix the problem. If it doesn't, make sure your version of mod_wsgi is compiled with the same version of python ScribeUI is running with.
Sometimes, it looks like a CSS file is not loading, or sometimes, there is no code displayed in the editor, or the browse tab is broken
You are probably running mod_wsgi 3.3. Why you should install mod_wsgi 3.4