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A simple markdown based wiki in TiddlyWeb

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A simple wiki for TiddlyWeb, entirely server side, that puts a Wiki, using markdown syntax plus wiki words, at /wiki.

This plugin, in addition to a quite pleasant wiki (old skool yo!), demonstrates some of the available techniques for packaging and distributing an application created with TiddlyWeb.

It uses tiddlywebplugins.templates to manage templates which may be overriden per instance.

It uses tiddlywebplugins.instancer to manage the creation of instances with default structure and content in the store.

Its initial development directory filesystem layout has been established by the TiddlyWeb pluginmaker template repostiry:

To install and run get pip (and optionally virtualenv) and then:

If you want to use simplewiki in an existing TiddlyWeb instance, add ‘tiddlywebplugins.simplewiki’ to ‘system_plugins’ and:

  • twanager bag wiki </dev/null
  • echo “/bags/wiki/tiddlers” | twanager recipe wiki
  • # restart your server, go to /wiki

If you wish to use a different recipe (you can use whatever you like) set ‘simplewiki.recipe’ in

Copyright 2009, 2013: Chris Dent <>

Licensed under the same terms as TiddlyWeb itself.

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