BoltWire comes with a built in option for support of wikiwords, but as usual it's different from the way you may have seen it done elsewhere. This tutorial gives some helpful information on the subject.
Normally, wikiwords are special words with a combination of capital and lower case letters called camelcase. An example is the word "CamelCase". Many wiki's automatically identify these as a wikiword and transform it into a link, though the trend in wikis seems to be moving the opposite direction.
Normal camelcase words are not recognized by BoltWire for two reasons. One, all page names (by default) are case insensitive. This means whether you call it CamelCASE, camelcase or CAMELCASE, it will all go to the same page. This helps to avoid user input mistakes. Second, most page names in BoltWire are a combination of names, due to the many advantages of it's hierarchical structure. For example you are more likely to find a page named: kingdom.animal.canine.wolf, and less likely to find single word page like KingdomAnimalCanineWolf.
BoltWire does have an option to enable something similar to wikiwords. To turn it on, simply set wikiwords: true in your site.config page
This does two things. First it strips the case insensitivity of page names in BoltWire, and second it adds a markup rule to transform most page names into automatic links. Note that case insensitivity remains in place for function names, variables, etc. And the markup rule recognizes letters only (upper or lower case, with at least two page names parts, of at least 2 letters each). This means, on a linux server adding the following text to a page will create two links to two different pages:
You do not need to put brackets around wikiword links to generate the links.
As usual, BoltWire makes it possible to modify how this works it several different ways. For example, the markup rule for wikiwords could be easily rewritten in a config file, perhaps to allow for numbers or hyphens and underscores. Or a more standard rewrite rule could be added for single word wikiwords, like CamelCase. You might also decide to put all your wikiwords in one section of your hierarchy. The rule below will recognize single word CamelCase words and turn them to links to pages in a wikiwords page group:
MarkUp('links', 'morewikiwords', '/[A-Z][a-z]+[A-Z][a-z][A-Za-z]*/e', 'BOLTMlinks("wikiwords.$1|+")');
This means putting CamelCase on a page would be equivalent to typing [[wikiwords.CamelCase|+]].
You could also decide to add this rule to a config file and NOT enable WikiWords in your config file to get a case insensitive wikiword effect. As usual, BoltWire is designed to be able to do about whatever you want. Enjoy!