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Use multiple stores in the same TiddlyWeb instance.

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A TiddlyWeb store that makes it possible to store some content in
different stores, based on rules defined in

The rules are regular expressions which match the name of a bag. When a
tiddler or bag is accessed (for read or write) if the name of the bag
matches a regular expression in the store's "extras" dictionary, the
store named in the value is responsible for the entity being accessed.
Otherwise the store named in "main" is used.

This is an experimental store, but it is being reliably used in
production with the website. In that service,
the main collection of tiddler data is kept in one highly optimized bag
using the mappingsql store, while users and other system data are stored
in a text store. Here's the relevant config:

'server_store': ['tiddlywebplugins.diststore', {
'main': ['text', {'store_root': 'store'}],
'extras': [
(r'^example$', ['mappingsql',

To use this plugin you must modify to set the
'server_store' item. Do not add 'tiddlywebplugins.diststore' to
'system_plugins' or 'twanager_plugins'.

Copyright 2009, Chris Dent <>

Licensed under the same terms as TiddlyWeb.

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