TiddlyWiki Manual/Saving Methods

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This is an incomplete list of methods the community has used to saved TiddlyWiki files in a normal user workflow.

Saver mechanism[edit | edit source]

These methods use the saver mechanism, which saves the entire TiddlyWiki as one file.

TiddlyFox on FireFox up to version 56[edit | edit source]

  • Simple to install and use.

Installation instructions are in the link.


TiddlyChrome on Google Chrome as long as it supports apps[edit | edit source]

  • Simple to install and use.

Chrome is slated to remove Apps support in early 2018. Until then, this app should work fine. The instructions are in the link.


TiddlyServer[edit | edit source]


TiddlyDesktop[edit | edit source]


Electron Wrapper[edit | edit source]


Using the default download saver with a powershell script and a batch file[1][edit | edit source]

Put the powershell script in the directory that your browser saves downloads to.

param([string]$stem="foo", [string]$dir="")
$copyme = ls $stem*.html | sort LastWriteTime | select -last 1
$copyme = $copyme.FullName
Copy-Item $copyme -Destination $dir\$stem.html
Invoke-Item $dir\$stem.html

For each TiddlyWiki that you use, create a batch file in the download directory.

powershell -executionpolicy bypass -File .\launch_tw.ps1 -stem "bible" -dir d:\data\apps\TW_Ant

Every time you want to open a TiddlyWiki, you click on the corresponding batch file. The script grabs the newest file that starts with the name you specified for stem (in this case "bible"), and copies it into the specified directory as $stem$.html (in this case, "bible.html"). Once you are done editing you click save to download a new copy of the file. Then you can run the batch file again to copy the latest version back into your directory.

  1. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/tiddlywiki/lPDUD66GBD8/nyxytP_DEwAJ