TiddlyWiki Development Tools
The TiddlyWiki source code repository splits the standard TiddlyWiki HTML file up into separate chunks. This is done so that it's easier to stitch these chunks together in different ways to create multiple different editions of TiddlyWiki that share common elements.
TiddlyWikiDotOrg? offers the following tools to support the development process:
- Cook - processes RecipeFiles? to create a TiddlyWiki HTML file by stitching together its constituent chunks
- Ginsu - splits the tiddlers in a TiddlyWiki HTML out into separate *.tiddler files, as required by Cook
You can get the source code for these tools directly from the subversion repository, or you can download pre-built executable versions:
Note that Mac OS X includes Ruby and so doesn't need pre-built executables, similarly with Linux - you should install Ruby to use cook and ginsu
Version 1.1.0 and later of these tools are available under the Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike 3.0 License. The source code for version 1.1.1 is available in the subversion repository.