thanks to Danielo I accepted and use regularly this approach. Please
(2.2, 2.2.1 - 2.2.4).
two different representations of resulting wiki.
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
I have been experimenting with my own fork
of your tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
I haven't messed around with either GitHub or a continuous integration tool
like Travis CI before, so it was fun learning about those. Thanks for the
extensive effort and clear expertise you have put into this project.
My purpose for this exercise is that I want to share a TW5 wiki (a
project that I've been building on my local machine) and I thought that
sharing it as a page from GitHub (or GitLab) would be... nifty.
I see that the "user content" part of your configuration is based
around a single .tid file, and that it looks like you use the Travis CI
tools to use a YML file to auto-generate an index.html file from a .tid
file (and then run some other scripts as well). Is that correct?
My bigger question: Is there a way to (re) configure this system so
that I could upload an HTML file (that is a complete TW5 wiki) that I want
to share? I found out that exporting as a .tid file only exports a single
tiddler, and I have an extended wiki with many (as in hundreds) of
individual tiddlers that I want to share. So as it stands right now, I
can't use your system to share a completed TW5 wiki from my local machine.
Unless of course, I'm missing something really obvious (which I am the
first to admit happens all the time).
I have (zip|zero|nada) experience with Travis CI and/or YML files, but
perhaps there is some specification I could configure that would let Travis
CI reach in and use a target HTML file (in other words, my source TW5 wiki)
and use that to generate the index.html?
The best of all possible worlds for me would be to upload a TW5 wiki as
a single HTML file into the wiki directory, edit one or more config files
to say: "look for this target HTML file", let Travis CI detect the push
event and have the auto-config "magic" do its stuff.
On Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:58:38 AM UTC-7, Danielo RodrÃguez
Post by Danielo RodrÃguez
Motivated for Matabele's post about how and where host tiddlywiki
files I want to announce that I have been investigating and looking for a
way to do this easily on Github pages.
We all love Github pages. They are an easy,reliable and cheap way to
host static sites. TiddlyWiki
a single page web application that can be hosted as a single html file. The
problem with it is that there is not an easy fast way to host a tiddlywiki
file on github pages... until now.
I have created a repository/tutorial to host a tiddlywiki on your own
Github pages repository. Following it you will be able to have your own
wiki up and runing in less than 10 minutes *without* any git or
Github Knowledge and *without installing* any software on your
Sounds pretty neat uh?
@Jeremy, If you feel that this could be useful, feel free to add it to
the community resources. Maybe I can create a small tiddler pointing to the
tutorial. In fact it is similar to "hosting a tiddlywiki on dropbox", so it
can be a tiddler of the same category.
Questions, ideas, doubts and pull requests are very welcome.
I just added suppor for gitlab pages. The workflow is much easier, is
just a matter of clonning the repository on your gitlab account. For the
momment please ignore the readme, it is the version of github.
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