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tiddlywebplugins.plugins is a system_plugin for TiddlyWeb which will read a file in the current instance as a list of additional system_plugins to add to the instance.

This is done so automation of the plugins currently in use in an instance is more flexible.

To use, add ‘tiddlywebplugins.plugins’ to system_plugins in Add other system_plugins to a file named ‘extra_plugins’. This file can be overridden by setting ‘plugin_file’ in

Copyright 2009 Chris Dent <>, who was assuming someone else was going to write this in their own efforts to better manage configurations.

Licensed under the same terms as TiddlyWeb itself.

For more on TiddlyWeb see

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