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[tw] [TW5] Host on github for free without any git knowledge or software installation
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Danielo Rodríguez
2015-09-24 18:58:38 UTC
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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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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 computer:

https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages

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.

Regards
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Matabele
2015-09-24 19:21:10 UTC
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Hi Danielo

Many thanks -- will follow your instructions and hope for the best :-)

regards
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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Matabele
2015-09-24 20:01:04 UTC
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Hi Danielo

Works like a charm -- I have your demo site up and running -- shouldn't
take much longer to publish my wiki :-)

regards
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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Danielo Rodríguez
2015-09-24 20:12:49 UTC
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Post by Matabele
Hi Danielo
Works like a charm -- I have your demo site up and running -- shouldn't
take much longer to publish my wiki :-)
regards
Nice! Let me know how good/bad is your experience creating/editing new
tiddlers.

Have you found any blocking point following the instructions? Something not
clear?
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Matabele
2015-09-24 21:36:24 UTC
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Hi

No problems -- instructions were easy to follow. The only hitch I had was
at stage 14: it was not clear at first, that changes would only be evident
on switching to the 'Current' page once an edit at Github had been
committed and had propagated to Travis-ci (which took a little time.) At
first I expected to see something the moment I switched back to the
'Current' page (I was also a little disconcerted by the absence of a 'Save'
button in the settings page.)

From there on I shall be taking a different route -- I will: Clone the
repository to my Mac with SourceTree; Open the local branch in SourceTree;
Edit tiddlers with my favoured editor (currently playing around with Light
Table); Commit and push changes back to Github.

I'll see how things work out -- also need to go through the process of
cloning the demo wiki and creating another wiki. Might be useful to place a
link on the readme.md, pointing back to your master repo.

regards
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Matabele
Hi Danielo
Works like a charm -- I have your demo site up and running -- shouldn't
take much longer to publish my wiki :-)
regards
Nice! Let me know how good/bad is your experience creating/editing new
tiddlers.
Have you found any blocking point following the instructions? Something
not clear?
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Danielo Rodríguez
2015-09-24 22:29:56 UTC
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Post by Matabele
Hi
Hello Matabele
Post by Matabele
No problems -- instructions were easy to follow. The only hitch I had was
at stage 14: it was not clear at first, that changes would only be evident
on switching to the 'Current' page once an edit at Github had been
committed and had propagated to Travis-ci (which took a little time.)
The point after that specifies: The build process happens **every time you
push a change to your repository**. Anyway, I have enforced that sentence,
so now that part is in bold and I think it's more clear.
Post by Matabele
At first I expected to see something the moment I switched back to the
'Current' page (I was also a little disconcerted by the absence of a 'Save'
button in the settings page.)
I have added another sub point to step 13 to specify that settings are
saved automatically.
Post by Matabele
From there on I shall be taking a different route -- I will: Clone the
repository to my Mac with SourceTree; Open the local branch in SourceTree;
Edit tiddlers with my favoured editor (currently playing around with Light
Table); Commit and push changes back to Github.
Well, that is absolutely fine, but I wanted to provide a way 100% free of
git or software installation of any kind. You took a midpoint solution,
because you are using git, but you don't need node to be installed.
Post by Matabele
I'll see how things work out -- also need to go through the process of
cloning the demo wiki and creating another wiki. Might be useful to place a
link on the readme.md, pointing back to your master repo.
Good idea. I added a title that links to my repository.

I'm curious: Why is your readme.md link pointing to a particular readme?

I also want to ask you: Do you know how to add/remove plugins? I'm thinking
about adding a section about that. Should it be useful or it is too easy?
Currently only TW5 official plugins are supported, but I can consider add a
list of "other" plugins to choose from.
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Matabele
2015-09-25 02:58:11 UTC
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Hi Danielo

I have read your revised Readme -- the instructions at step 14. are now
clear.

Now, if I go to your repository and try and clone another copy, I am
returned to my existing branch. Seems that Github recognises the forked
copy, even though I have changed the name of my repository (neither can I
fork my own copy to create another repo.)

regards
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Matabele
Hi
Hello Matabele
Post by Matabele
No problems -- instructions were easy to follow. The only hitch I had was
at stage 14: it was not clear at first, that changes would only be evident
on switching to the 'Current' page once an edit at Github had been
committed and had propagated to Travis-ci (which took a little time.)
The point after that specifies: The build process happens **every time you
push a change to your repository**. Anyway, I have enforced that sentence,
so now that part is in bold and I think it's more clear.
Post by Matabele
At first I expected to see something the moment I switched back to the
'Current' page (I was also a little disconcerted by the absence of a 'Save'
button in the settings page.)
I have added another sub point to step 13 to specify that settings are
saved automatically.
Post by Matabele
From there on I shall be taking a different route -- I will: Clone the
repository to my Mac with SourceTree; Open the local branch in SourceTree;
Edit tiddlers with my favoured editor (currently playing around with Light
Table); Commit and push changes back to Github.
Well, that is absolutely fine, but I wanted to provide a way 100% free of
git or software installation of any kind. You took a midpoint solution,
because you are using git, but you don't need node to be installed.
Post by Matabele
I'll see how things work out -- also need to go through the process of
cloning the demo wiki and creating another wiki. Might be useful to place a
link on the readme.md, pointing back to your master repo.
Good idea. I added a title that links to my repository.
I'm curious: Why is your readme.md link pointing to a particular readme?
I also want to ask you: Do you know how to add/remove plugins? I'm
thinking about adding a section about that. Should it be useful or it is
too easy? Currently only TW5 official plugins are supported, but I can
consider add a list of "other" plugins to choose from.
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Hegart Dmishiv
2015-09-25 03:35:28 UTC
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Hi Danielo,

This looks really interesting, and I'm planning to try it out. As *@Jeremy*
pointed out to me earlier, my current solution for a publicly accessible
TW5 wiki, hosting it on Google Drive, is going to be deprecated within a
year, so I might as well give this a go instead. I'll apologise here in
advance, because I am really going to put your claim to the test....

in less than 10 minutes *without* any git or Github Knowledge
We'll see about that! ;-) I've had a GitHub account for a few years now,
but I've only ever used it as a glorified pastebin, posting Gists so that I
can ask for coding advice. Since I started using TiddlyWiki I've cloned a
repo for the first time, made my first pull request and had it merged with
the Master, and now from following your instructions so far I also have a
Travis CI account. If this keeps up, I'll have earned my "Software
Developer" BoyScout badge without even trying! Heehee.

My first question about your instructions comes at Step 2 of "Creating the
first wiki". How do I rename my clone of your repo? I know this is a Git
skill, not really related to your instructions, but you did promise it
could all be done "without any Git or Github knowledge". In me, you have
found someone who actually meets those requirements, haha!
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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Matabele
2015-09-25 03:42:43 UTC
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Hi Hegart

From the recently initiated -- goto the 'Settings' tab of your new
repository (at he bottom on the RHS of this screenshot):

<Loading Image...>

regards
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Hi Danielo,
This looks really interesting, and I'm planning to try it out. As
accessible TW5 wiki, hosting it on Google Drive, is going to be deprecated
within a year, so I might as well give this a go instead. I'll apologise
here in advance, because I am really going to put your claim to the test....
in less than 10 minutes *without* any git or Github Knowledge
We'll see about that! ;-) I've had a GitHub account for a few years now,
but I've only ever used it as a glorified pastebin, posting Gists so that I
can ask for coding advice. Since I started using TiddlyWiki I've cloned a
repo for the first time, made my first pull request and had it merged with
the Master, and now, from following your instructions so far, I also have a
Travis CI account. If this keeps up, I'll have earned my "Software
Developer" BoyScout badge without even trying! Heehee.
My first question about your instructions comes at Step 2 of "Creating the
first wiki". How do I rename my clone of your repo? I know this is a Git
skill, not really related to your instructions, but you did promise it
could all be done "without any Git or Github knowledge". In me, you have
found someone who actually meets those requirements, haha!
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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Hegart Dmishiv
2015-09-25 03:50:44 UTC
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From the recently initiated -- goto the 'Settings' tab of your new
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Hegart Dmishiv
2015-09-25 04:21:35 UTC
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I'm now up to Step 14, but when I switch to the Current tab, I get the
status message "No builds for this repository". I'm pretty sure I did
everything else right, up to this point. Here's a screenshot of my Travis
CI account, from Step 13(iv)...

<Loading Image...>
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Hegart Dmishiv
2015-09-25 05:36:08 UTC
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Hi *@Danielo*,

As you might have seen, I'm starting to get the idea of how to edit my
tiddlers on GitHub, and my dev instance there
<https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/> is starting to look
the same as my dev instance on Google Drive
<https://googledrive.com/host/0B7OVeQzNSpUGOFdLY2hIbWJNMHM>. I had this
strange delusion that I could just upload my current dev.html file to
replace your whole default wiki in my cloned branch of your
TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages. Now I'm getting the idea of how to do it
properly, by exporting *.tid files for each of my existing tiddlers, and
copy/pasting them into my GitHub cloned repo.

Thanks for this, it is working well. I'm slowly progressing, and will
experiment with Prose or Dilinger later.

Regards,

Hegart.
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Danielo Rodríguez
2015-09-25 15:42:44 UTC
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El viernes, 25 de septiembre de 2015, 7:36:09 (UTC+2), Hegart Dmishiv
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
As you might have seen, I'm starting to get the idea of how to edit my
tiddlers on GitHub, and my dev instance there
<https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/> is starting to
look the same as my dev instance on Google Drive
<https://googledrive.com/host/0B7OVeQzNSpUGOFdLY2hIbWJNMHM>. I had this
strange delusion that I could just upload my current dev.html file to
replace your whole default wiki in my cloned branch of your
TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages. Now I'm getting the idea of how to do it
properly, by exporting *.tid files for each of my existing tiddlers, and
copy/pasting them into my GitHub cloned repo.
I think you should be able to export all of them at once. For your
particular case, I think it deserves the effort to use a git client and
push all the tiddlers at once. But maybe it is not necessary. The script at
Travis is using node version of tiddlywiki, so if you are able to import a
bunch of tiddlers using node, you should be able to do the same here. I
have to investigate a comfortable way. Maybe looking for html files,
breaking them into tiddlers and then generating the wiki.
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Mat
2015-09-25 06:50:25 UTC
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Danielo - thank you! Considering how tiddlywiki.com resides on github, if
github could be a more integral part with TW for the common user it might
be a very good solution to get a TW online. (I guess the ideal would be an
invisible github backend that TW users don't even have to confront.)

Q: Because you emphasize (in step 3) that providing a meaningful token
description is very important and that (step6) there is only one
opportunity, I must actually ask what a token
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Token>is in this context. I'm not sure how
it will be used so I don't know how to "provide a meaningful description".

Thanx!

<:-)
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Hegart Dmishiv
2015-09-25 09:11:56 UTC
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I guess the ideal would be an invisible github backend that TW users don't
even have to confront.
That would be awesome! Right now I'm manually copying my existing tiddlers
into the GitHub interface. Eventually I expect that my workflow will look
more like this:

1. View my online TW5 dev instance from
https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/
2. Click the + in the SideBar to create a new tiddler
3. Edit the content and click on the ✓ at the top-right of the new
tiddler to confirm changes
4. Export the new tiddler to a *.tid file on my local device
5. Create the new tiddler again, but this time in the GitHub UI
6. Paste the contents of the new *.tid file into GitHub
7. Commit the change on GitHub
8. Refresh the browser tab to see the changes on
https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/

This all seems a bit much, even if it does give (semi-) instant
gratification. There is a bit of a delay while Travis CI does its thing in
the background. A solution which completely insulates the user from the
GitHub UI would really be great here.
Q: Because you emphasize (in step 3) that providing a meaningful token
description is very important and that (step6) there is only one
opportunity, I must actually ask what a token
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Token>is in this context. I'm not sure how
it will be used so I don't know how to "provide a meaningful description".
I just used the example shown in *Danielo's* screenshot, and labeled my
token as *TravisDeploy-Token*. I assume this token is the same as an API
key, or similar.

*@Danielo*, I copied my $:/config/DefaultSidebarTab
<https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/#%24%3A%2Fconfig%2FDefaultSidebarTab>
system tiddler to my TW5 wiki on GitHub, but it doesn't seem to be working.
When I refresh the browser tab displaying my wiki, there is no tab selected
in the TW5 SideBar.

Regards,

Hegart.
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<https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/#%24%3A%2Fconfig%2FDefaultSidebarTab>
system tiddler to my TW5 wiki on GitHub, but it doesn't seem to be working.
When I refresh the browser tab displaying my wiki, there is no tab selected
in the TW5 SideBar.
Regards,
Hegart.
That is because you have a line feed at the end of the file. It is not
evident when you are viewing the file, but if you edit it you can see that
it has 5 lines, where it should only have 4. Remove the last line and you
are ready to go. Github/git usually adds line feeds for you (sooo smart!
maybe too much), and tiddlywiki does not like them on config tiddlers. I
don't know what is worse, git doing things without asking or tiddlywiki
being so picky.

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Hi Danielo

That is because you have a line feed at the end of the file. It is not
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
evident when you are viewing the file, but if you edit it you can see that
it has 5 lines, where it should only have 4. Remove the last line and you
are ready to go. Github/git usually adds line feeds for you (sooo smart!
maybe too much), and tiddlywiki does not like them on config tiddlers. I
don't know what is worse, git doing things without asking or tiddlywiki
being so picky.
The need to avoid a terminating line break in these configuration .tid
files is a nuisance. A trick that makes them a bit more robust is to use
the single line syntax for the text field. For example:

https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/blob/master/core/wiki/config/NavigationUpdateAddressBar.tid

Best wishes

Jeremy.
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Hegart Dmishiv
2015-09-25 20:50:05 UTC
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Thanks *@Danielo*, both of those issues are now closed on GitHub. The
favicon is working perfectly since I deleted the old one and uploaded a
text/base64-encoded one instead. The DefaultSidebarTab is now working since
I edited it from Prose.io as you suggested. I tried it twice in GitHub's
web UI, but Git instantly auto-added the extra linefeed each time. Thanks
again for the help.
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2015-09-25 21:32:53 UTC
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Following on from what I've been doing so far to bring my dev wiki from
Google Drive to GitHub, how would I migrate the shadow tiddler
$:/core/save/all
<https://googledrive.com/host/0B7OVeQzNSpUGOFdLY2hIbWJNMHM/#%24%3A%2Fcore%2Fsave%2Fall>?
I assume I'd need to create a new /core subfolder with a /save subfolder
under that, both of which would reside under /wiki/tiddlers/system
<https://github.com/hegart-dmishiv/my-TW5-dev-instance/tree/master/wiki/tiddlers/system>
in my cloned repo. Then I'd create the file all.tid and populate it with
the contents from my Google Drive copy. Is that about right?
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El viernes, 25 de septiembre de 2015, 23:32:53 (UTC+2), Hegart Dmishiv
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Following on from what I've been doing so far to bring my dev wiki from
Google Drive to GitHub, how would I migrate the shadow tiddler
$:/core/save/all
<https://googledrive.com/host/0B7OVeQzNSpUGOFdLY2hIbWJNMHM/#%24%3A%2Fcore%2Fsave%2Fall>
?
As I said, this works exactly the same as the node version, because indeed
it is a node version. So, every tiddler that is present within the tiddlers
folders will override any system/shadow tiddler.
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
I assume I'd need to create a new /core subfolder with a /save subfolder
under that, both of which would reside under /wiki/tiddlers/system
<https://github.com/hegart-dmishiv/my-TW5-dev-instance/tree/master/wiki/tiddlers/system>
in my cloned repo. Then I'd create the file all.tid and populate it with
the contents from my Google Drive copy. Is that about right?
You can, of course, use that folder hierarchy if you want, but you are not
forced in any way. The only requirement is to place the tiddlers under the
tiddlers folder, that's all.
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Also, thinking ahead here, how hard is it going to be for me to upgrade my
Each time the wiki is built, tiddlywiki is installed, so as long as tw
5.1.10 is released (or any other release) the only thing you have to do is
a commit, and your next build will be using the latest release. This is a
cool side effect of Travis system, each virtual machine is "snapshot-ed
back" after each built, so you always start from a fresh environment.
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2015-09-26 04:06:46 UTC
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Hi *@Danielo*,

On Saturday, September 26, 2015 at 12:28:05 PM UTC+12*, Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
As I said, this works exactly the same as the node version, because indeed
it is a node version.
Sorry, I have never touched the Node.js version, I know nothing about it at
all.
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
You can, of course, use that folder hierarchy if you want, but you are
not forced in any way. The only requirement is to place the tiddlers under
the tiddlers folder, that's all.
Ah, okay, I assume this is because no two tiddlers can have exactly the
same name. That makes sense. So I could just have a tiddler called all.tid
sitting in my /wiki/tiddlers
<https://github.com/hegart-dmishiv/my-TW5-dev-instance/tree/master/wiki/tiddlers>
folder, and it would be assumed that it is
/wiki/tiddlers/system/core/save/all.tid, right? Sorry, I just want to
clarify this before I try it.
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
This is a cool side effect of Travis system, each virtual machine is
"snapshot-ed back" after each built, so you always start from a fresh
environment.
I was hoping you'd say that! :D That's great news. It seemed to me that, as
*@Jermolene*'s work lives in GitHub anyway, having my own copy of it in
GitHub too should streamline things. Thanks for this Danielo.

With regards to *@Matabele*'s question, I thought I'd give it a go myself,
even though I don't really need a second wiki hosted on GitHub right now
(although I did like Jeremy's suggestion of using this technique for
editing the official TW docs). My results concur with Matabele's. Whenever
I try to fork your repo again from the GitHub web UI, it brings me back to
my current forked repo. Oh, and I can't fork my own fork either. ;-) Haha.
Not that I'd need to, I just thought I'd try it to see if that was the
answer for Matabele, but no dice there either.

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Post by Mat
Danielo - thank you! Considering how tiddlywiki.com resides on github, if
github could be a more integral part with TW for the common user it might
be a very good solution to get a TW online.
You are welcome. Github pages are, in fact, a good place for tiddlywiki to
live.
Post by Mat
(I guess the ideal would be an invisible github backend that TW users
don't even have to confront.)
That is, indeed my final goal. But, I have to deal with a lot of Oauth
stuff and I don't have much experience with it. *Jeremy's *experience with
tiddlywiki on the sky would be very helpful on this. I have some ideas, but
I don't know what is better, to use an Oauth request (I will require an
Oauth proxy), or to ask the user to generate a token and give that token to
the TW instance that is going to talk with their repos.
Post by Mat
Q: Because you emphasize (in step 3) that providing a meaningful token
description is very important and that (step6) there is only one
opportunity, I must actually ask what a token
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Token>is in this context. I'm not sure how
it will be used so I don't know how to "provide a meaningful description".
As Hegart has said, the token is an authorization mechanism that allows the
script to interact with your Github account. The good thing about using a
token is that it only gives access to a small subset of your account, and
that you can revoke it at any time.
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Thanx!
<:-)
Again, welcome
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Hi Danielo

My congratulations on this latest development. Using TiddlyWiki as a
building block with other tools is incredibly powerful, and in this case
it's very useful - I'd be interested in adopting the same technique for
automatically building tiddlywiki.com when the content changes.

Best wishes

Jeremy.
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Mat
Danielo - thank you! Considering how tiddlywiki.com resides on github,
if github could be a more integral part with TW for the common user it
might be a very good solution to get a TW online.
You are welcome. Github pages are, in fact, a good place for tiddlywiki to
live.
Post by Mat
(I guess the ideal would be an invisible github backend that TW users
don't even have to confront.)
That is, indeed my final goal. But, I have to deal with a lot of Oauth
stuff and I don't have much experience with it. *Jeremy's *experience
with tiddlywiki on the sky would be very helpful on this. I have some
ideas, but I don't know what is better, to use an Oauth request (I will
require an Oauth proxy), or to ask the user to generate a token and give
that token to the TW instance that is going to talk with their repos.
Post by Mat
Q: Because you emphasize (in step 3) that providing a meaningful token
description is very important and that (step6) there is only one
opportunity, I must actually ask what a token
<https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Token>is in this context. I'm not sure
how it will be used so I don't know how to "provide a meaningful
description".
As Hegart has said, the token is an authorization mechanism that allows
the script to interact with your Github account. The good thing about using
a token is that it only gives access to a small subset of your account, and
that you can revoke it at any time.
Post by Mat
Thanx!
<:-)
Again, welcome
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Post by Matabele
Hi Danielo
My congratulations on this latest development.
Thank you very much.
Post by Matabele
Using TiddlyWiki as a building block with other tools is incredibly
powerful, and in this case it's very useful
Tiddlywiki is indeed very useful and powerful. Thankfully the web is
finally moving to web apps, and this kind of interactions are becoming more
common.
Post by Matabele
- I'd be interested in adopting the same technique for automatically
building tiddlywiki.com when the content changes.
I'm sure a talented person like you will not find any problem adapting this
flow to fit your needs. The workflow described here is for a repository
much simpler than tiddlywiki.com. It only builds one wiki and in one single
branch, but I am sure you will be able to adapt is with no problems.
Post by Matabele
Best wishes
Jeremy.
Jeremy, can I ask you how have you deal with Oauth in tiddlywiki on the
sky? How do you get the token for the user? where are you storing your
application's secret? If you don't want to share the details here, you can
send me an email directly.

Many regards.
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Hi Danielo

Jeremy, can I ask you how have you deal with Oauth in tiddlywiki on the
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
sky? How do you get the token for the user? where are you storing your
application's secret? If you don't want to share the details here, you can
send me an email directly.
TiddlyWiki in the Sky for Dropbox uses the dropbox.js library which
abstracts the oAuth details, including caching tokens in local storage.
Oddly, the application secret isn't in fact secret; but Dropbox restrict
the login redirect URL so it wouldn't be possible for others to run the
same code and impersonate the same application.

https://github.com/dropbox/dropbox-js
https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki-in-the-Sky

Best wishes

Jeremy.
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2015-09-25 10:59:37 UTC
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Another trick I'd like to learn is how to edit my $:/favicon.ico
<https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/#%24%3A%2Ffavicon.ico>
file when it's in GitHub. What I'm seeing in the GitHub UI is that there
are now two files for this: favicon.ico
<https://github.com/hegart-dmishiv/my-TW5-dev-instance/blob/master/wiki/tiddlers/system/favicon.ico>
and favicon.ico.meta
<https://github.com/hegart-dmishiv/my-TW5-dev-instance/blob/master/wiki/tiddlers/system/favicon.ico.meta>.
I cannot seem to edit the main favicon.ico file, there is only an option to
view it, not to edit it. I have the base64 encoded copy of my current favicon
from my old Google Drive version of my online TW5 instance
<https://googledrive.com/host/0B7OVeQzNSpUGOFdLY2hIbWJNMHM/#%24%3A%2Ffavicon.ico>,
but I can't seem to migrate it to GitHub.
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El viernes, 25 de septiembre de 2015, 12:59:38 (UTC+2), Hegart Dmishiv
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Another trick I'd like to learn is how to edit my $:/favicon.ico
<https://hegart-dmishiv.github.io/my-TW5-dev-instance/#%24%3A%2Ffavicon.ico>
file when it's in GitHub. What I'm seeing in the GitHub UI is that there
are now two files for this: favicon.ico
<https://github.com/hegart-dmishiv/my-TW5-dev-instance/blob/master/wiki/tiddlers/system/favicon.ico>
and favicon.ico.meta
<https://github.com/hegart-dmishiv/my-TW5-dev-instance/blob/master/wiki/tiddlers/system/favicon.ico.meta>.
I cannot seem to edit the main favicon.ico file, there is only an option to
view it, not to edit it. I have the base64 encoded copy of my current favicon
from my old Google Drive version of my online TW5 instance
<https://googledrive.com/host/0B7OVeQzNSpUGOFdLY2hIbWJNMHM/#%24%3A%2Ffavicon.ico>,
but I can't seem to migrate it to GitHub.
I think your best bet is to delete the favicon.ico file, and then create a
new file for replacing it. You can use http://prose.io/ to remove the file,
and to create a new one. I think your best bet is to remove both,
favicon.ico.meta and favicon.ico and put a tiddler containing the image.

Oh, and thank you for testing this so deeply. Also thank you for the pull
request, it's already merged :D
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Felix Küppers
2015-09-25 22:17:51 UTC
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Very nice Danielo! While I prefer using the command line and pushing stuff
to GitHub, I think this is a huge step towards hosting AND edititing wiki's
at GitHub!
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El sábado, 26 de septiembre de 2015, 0:17:51 (UTC+2), Felix KÌppers
Post by Felix Küppers
Very nice Danielo! While I prefer using the command line and pushing stuff
to GitHub, I think this is a huge step towards hosting AND edititing wiki's
at GitHub!
Thank you Felix. Well, we are CMD guys :D But even being manual command
line guys, this is still a nice feature. Imagine you made a small mistake
on a tiddler, and you are away from your computer: you can just open github
in your browser, edit that tiddler, push a commit and you are ready! I know
you like it :P

But I really appreciate your input, you usually have good ideas.
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2015-09-26 03:34:10 UTC
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Hi Danielo

I am still having problems following the instructions for the creation of a
second wiki -- when I visit your repo. and click the fork button, I expect
to create a new Branch (named TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages), but I am instead
returned to my existing Branch/master.

This might be a git issue, but I'm still stumped :-(

regards
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
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Hi Danielo
I am still having problems following the instructions for the creation of
a second wiki -- when I visit your repo. and click the fork button, I
expect to create a new Branch (named TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages), but I am
instead returned to my existing Branch/master.
This might be a git issue, but I'm still stumped :-(
regards
Hello Matabelle and Hegart,

I'm really sorry about this, but this is a consequence of my own ingnorance
about Github. You are not able to fork the same repo multiple times, I have
to update the instructions, sorry about it. But, you can create an
organization (maybe with the name of your new wiki) and fork the project
from the organization. I'm afraid that the only other solution is to
"clone" the repository and then "push" it to a new repository on you
account.

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Matabele
2015-09-26 11:26:25 UTC
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Hi

No problem -- I thought I was being stupid, so I am delighted to hear this
is the way Github is supposed to work :-)

Can I not create a new empty repository and copy the files over to a new
repository one by one?

This isn't by way of a generic solution, just trying to get to grips with
the requirements of the problem.

regards
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Post by Matabele
Hi Danielo
I am still having problems following the instructions for the creation of
a second wiki -- when I visit your repo. and click the fork button, I
expect to create a new Branch (named TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages), but I am
instead returned to my existing Branch/master.
This might be a git issue, but I'm still stumped :-(
regards
Hello Matabelle and Hegart,
I'm really sorry about this, but this is a consequence of my own
ingnorance about Github. You are not able to fork the same repo multiple
times, I have to update the instructions, sorry about it. But, you can
create an organization (maybe with the name of your new wiki) and fork the
project from the organization. I'm afraid that the only other solution is
to "clone" the repository and then "push" it to a new repository on you
account.
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Matabele
2015-09-26 12:22:33 UTC
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Hi

OK -- for those with git installed, this seems to work for setting up a new
clone with its own master (instructions from here
<https://help.github.com/articles/duplicating-a-repository/>.)

<Loading Image...>


Notes:
-- the new repository into which you are pushing your local clone must
already exist
-- I used Danielo's Master to copy my local clone from; you might prefer to
clone from your branch of Danielo's Master
-- several clones can be made in sequence from the same local copy (create
a repository for each wiki you wish to set up before starting)
-- in other words:

1. Create a local clone of Danielo's Master

$ git clone --bare https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages


2. Change into the directory containing the local clone


$ cd TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages.git


3. Push this local copy to each of your remote repositories


$ git push --mirror https://github.com/username/first_repo
$ git push --mirror https://github.com/username/second_repo
...


4. The clean the local clone off your machine


$ cd ..
$ rm -rf TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages.git


5. Visit each of your repositories on Github to see if all's well -- then
follow Danielo's instructions for each repo. from there on to link to
Travis-ci


Hope this helps.


regards
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Post by Matabele
Hi Danielo
I am still having problems following the instructions for the creation of
a second wiki -- when I visit your repo. and click the fork button, I
expect to create a new Branch (named TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages), but I am
instead returned to my existing Branch/master.
This might be a git issue, but I'm still stumped :-(
regards
Hello Matabelle and Hegart,
I'm really sorry about this, but this is a consequence of my own
ingnorance about Github. You are not able to fork the same repo multiple
times, I have to update the instructions, sorry about it. But, you can
create an organization (maybe with the name of your new wiki) and fork the
project from the organization. I'm afraid that the only other solution is
to "clone" the repository and then "push" it to a new repository on you
account.
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Tobias Beer
2015-09-26 16:23:44 UTC
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Hi Danielo,
The only other solution is to "clone" the repository and then "push" it to
a new repository on you account.
What's wrong with that?
You're going to make pull requests from it,
which is what you use a fork for.
You just want to use the codebase.

Here's how it's done, basically.

https://adrianshort.org/create-multiple-forks-of-a-github-repo/

Best wishes,

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Hegart Dmishiv
2015-09-27 01:54:29 UTC
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Once again, with my ignorance of all things Git, does cloning vs forking
have any bearing on future updates from *@Jermolene*'s Master?
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Matabele
2015-09-27 02:24:11 UTC
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Hi Hegart

Cloning Danielo's repository places an exact copy of the current codebase
into your repository -- therefore, the code that keeps the version of TW5
current in the builds comes with. Updates to TW5 are, therefore, reflected
in each build, but any changes to the codebase in Danielo's repository can
no longer be merged.

regards
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Once again, with my ignorance of all things Git, does cloning vs forking
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2015-09-27 17:31:31 UTC
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Hi Hegart,
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Once again, with my ignorance of all things Git, does cloning vs forking
That depends on whether you are modifying any of those cloned resources. So
long as you never touch them, it should be straight forward to fetch and
merge updates.

I did notice that there is the option for me to make a pull request from my
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
idea. He wouldn't want my own customisations back in his Master. I made a
pull request once in his Master, but that was only for proofreading some
minor edits in his README.md file, and that was while I was in his Master,
not from my fork.
I believe you always make a PR from a fork, unknowingly or not. GitHub will
create that fork for you the minute you make edits. Also, it's never a a
good idea to make a PR from your forked master branch. Create another
branch first with a sensible name, then make your edits, commit and do a PR
from that. Of course, while in the Web-UI on Github, all this works
automagically. If I remember right, GitHub creates a forka dn then an
automatically named branch for you.
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Sorry, I'm still learning the Git lingo here. I think a few times in the
past on these discussion forums I've referred to "my cloned repo", when I
probably meant to say "my forked repo".

One can say there's a big difference in the two. One is simply loading a
resource in order to use it and the other trying to eventually push
modications upstream, to the core project.

All those versioning sytems can be hard nuts to crack, e.g. it's very easy
to (accidentally) commit changes to your master, rather than a feature- or
bugfix- or docu-branch... and then wanting to revert that only to figure
out that revert doesn't quite revert but rather push another commit that
removes what the previous one accidentally produced... leaving those
orphaned commits in the history stack. I wish GitHub would warn me more
about these things so that I wouldn't fall for the same trap.

Best wishes,

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Matabele
2015-09-27 17:48:47 UTC
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Hi

For my own reference, I have created a repository giving revised
instructions for creating wikis on Github pages using git (this follows the
method I used to set up my wikis.) If you don't have git installed on your
workstation you will need to do so before using this method.

The repository may be found here
<https://github.com/matabele/TW5-auto-publish> -- it contains a copy of
Danielo's codebase -- you may either clone Danielo's original repository
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages> (as described in
the instructions) or you may clone my repository
<https://github.com/matabele/TW5-auto-publish>. The only changes I have
made are to the instructions in the Readme.md

Hope this is of use.

regards
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Once again, with my ignorance of all things Git, does cloning vs forking
You're not going to make pull requests from that repo,
I did notice that there is the option for me to make a pull request from
reasonable idea. He wouldn't want my own customisations back in his Master.
I made a pull request once in his Master, but that was only for
proofreading some minor edits in his README.md file, and that was while I
was in his Master, not from my fork.
Sorry, I'm still learning the Git lingo here. I think a few times in the
past on these discussion forums I've referred to "my cloned repo", when I
probably meant to say "my forked repo".
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Danielo Rodríguez
2015-09-28 09:42:15 UTC
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El domingo, 27 de septiembre de 2015, 3:54:29 (UTC+2), Hegart Dmishiv
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Once again, with my ignorance of all things Git, does cloning vs forking
Hello Hegart,

As Matabele said, the way your repository is configured has nothing to do
with the TiddlyWiki version used for the build. Each time a built is
triggered, the latest tiddlywiki version is installed on Travis, so you
will allways have the latest version, even if you don't want it :P
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Danielo Rodríguez
2015-09-28 06:29:25 UTC
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Hello Matabele,

I have a solution for your problem creating new wikis, and, as I have
promised, without any software installation or Git knowledge. let me know
if this set of images is enough:

<img
src="Loading Image..."
width="90%"></img> <img
src="Loading Image..."
width="90%"></img> <img
src="Loading Image..."
width="90%"></img> <img
src="Loading Image..."
width="90%"></img> <img
src="Loading Image..."
width="90%"></img>
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2015-09-28 06:36:43 UTC
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Hi Danielo
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I have a solution for your problem creating new wikis, and, as I have
promised, without any software installation or Git knowledge. let me know
Looks good, the first image would benefit from the headline saying we're
creating a repo.
Other than that, this should be the workflow being used.

Best wishes,

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Hi Danielo
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
I have a solution for your problem creating new wikis, and, as I have
promised, without any software installation or Git knowledge. let me know
Looks good, the first image would benefit from the headline saying we're
creating a repo.
Indeet. That is in fact the intention, and I will update the Repository
readme to explain the new flow. I just wanted to see how well do the
screenshots work
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Other than that, this should be the workflow being used.
Expect an even better solution SOON
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Matabele
2015-09-28 10:57:25 UTC
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Hi Danielo

Many thanks -- makes perfect sense -- even easier than your first method (I
hadn't noticed the 'Import Code' button.)

For your instructions, I suggest setting up Travis management immediately
after creating the repository but before importing your codebase -- that
way the first build gets triggered during the setup.

A user may then visit their new wiki on Github pages immediately after
completing setup - a little less room for confusion.

regards
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Hello Matabele,
I have a solution for your problem creating new wikis, and, as I have
promised, without any software installation or Git knowledge. let me know
[image: gh_newrepo]
[image: gh_importcode]
[image: gh_importurl]
[image: gh_importing]
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Hi Danielo
Many thanks -- makes perfect sense -- even easier than your first method
You're welcome
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(I hadn't noticed the 'Import Code' button.)
Me neither. Looks like our brains just "ignore" those features that we
don't need at the moment we see them. By the way, github has a lot of
hidden tricks, like the "secret" license generator.
Post by Matabele
For your instructions, I suggest setting up Travis management immediately
after creating the repository but before importing your codebase -- that
way the first build gets triggered during the setup.
A user may then visit their new wiki on Github pages immediately after
Post by Matabele
completing setup - a little less room for confusion.
That is a great idea! Thank you for your feedback.


Again, as I said, I'm going to announce another, even better soution soon.
Stay tuned!
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magev958
2015-10-20 19:47:35 UTC
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I've followed your excellent step-by-step-setup but I have one question.
How do I push my Node-version from my mac to Github without having to
create the .tid one by one? I have 27000 .tid-files I like to batch upload
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I've followed your excellent step-by-step-setup but I have one question.
How do I push my Node-version from my mac to Github without having to
create the .tid one by one? I have 27000 .tid-files I like to batch upload
:)
Do you need to install Git on your machine. If you are familiar with GIT I
think that you know what you have to do, if not, let me know.

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2015-10-22 17:15:47 UTC
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This is my first attempt at GitHub, so very new to it. I did download
GitHubDesktop on mac, but when I tried upload it wanted an "commit comment"
on every file. Not so fun on 27.000 files!
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Danielo Rodríguez
2015-11-18 07:52:52 UTC
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Hello Magev, sorry for the late response

Try the following:

Install git, not desktop, the actual git. I know there is a MAC version
because I had it some time ago.
Then:


1. Navigate to your wiki folder: cd wikiFolder
2. Execute: git init
3. Add the remote repository, the one you are going to use to host the
wiki.
1. git remote add origin https://github.com/*user*/*repo*.git
4. Optionally run git pull
5. now run:
1. git add . (note the dot)
2. git commit -m "First commit"
3. git push origin master
6. Done!

Let me know if this works.

Regards
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This is my first attempt at GitHub, so very new to it. I did download
GitHubDesktop on mac, but when I tried upload it wanted an "commit comment"
on every file. Not so fun on 27.000 files!
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oleghbond
2016-12-10 08:38:29 UTC
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Hi, Danielo,

many thanks for the inspiring idea and its implementation.

Having tried at oleghbond/about-tw <https://github.com/oleghbond/about-tw>
your instruction published at TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages> I failed to
succeed, probably for I missed something what is trivial for an expert and
not obvious for a dummy like me.

What I noticed is a sort of a prescript file named *.travis.yml* located at
the root of your example which actually sets Tiddlywiki running. I did not
notice this file in your instruction. After copying this file into my space
I did not succed a desired result (*log.txt* appended).

I this connection may I ask you a couple of questions (by the priority
order):

1. How can manage *.travis.yml* in order to make tiddlywiki running?
(That is actually the main issue)
2. Can I then link (sync) wiki content at github to my local computer
run under node.js?

Grateful in advance.
Olegh

четвер, 24 вересМя 2015 р. 21:58:38 UTC+3 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
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oleghbond
2016-12-10 12:49:01 UTC
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Hi, Danielo, again,

Sorry for I've little bit confused you. I forgot to arrange a proper TW
file structure.

After all the files have been arranged the build was finished successfully.
Then I visited http://oleghbond.github.io/about-tw/, but observed 404-page
instead what I expected.

What did I wrong?

Olegh
Post by oleghbond
Hi, Danielo,
many thanks for the inspiring idea and its implementation.
Having tried at oleghbond/about-tw <https://github.com/oleghbond/about-tw>
your instruction published at TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages> I failed to
succeed, probably for I missed something what is trivial for an expert and
not obvious for a dummy like me.
What I noticed is a sort of a prescript file named *.travis.yml* located
at the root of your example which actually sets Tiddlywiki running. I did
not notice this file in your instruction. After copying this file into my
space I did not succed a desired result (*log.txt* appended).
I this connection may I ask you a couple of questions (by the priority
1. How can manage *.travis.yml* in order to make tiddlywiki running?
(That is actually the main issue)
2. Can I then link (sync) wiki content at github to my local computer
run under node.js?
Grateful in advance.
Olegh
четвер, 24 вересМя 2015 р. 21:58:38 UTC+3 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
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oleghbond
2016-12-10 14:26:15 UTC
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Danielo,

at last I breaked through all the turns and get the needed result:
http://oleghbond.github.io/about-tw/.

Sorry for many noise for nothing and again many thanks for the good idea.

Olegh
Post by oleghbond
Hi, Danielo, again,
Sorry for I've little bit confused you. I forgot to arrange a proper TW
file structure.
After all the files have been arranged the build was finished
successfully. Then I visited http://oleghbond.github.io/about-tw/, but
observed 404-page instead what I expected.
What did I wrong?
Olegh
Post by oleghbond
Hi, Danielo,
many thanks for the inspiring idea and its implementation.
Having tried at oleghbond/about-tw
<https://github.com/oleghbond/about-tw> your instruction published at
TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages> I failed to
succeed, probably for I missed something what is trivial for an expert and
not obvious for a dummy like me.
What I noticed is a sort of a prescript file named *.travis.yml* located
at the root of your example which actually sets Tiddlywiki running. I did
not notice this file in your instruction. After copying this file into my
space I did not succed a desired result (*log.txt* appended).
I this connection may I ask you a couple of questions (by the priority
1. How can manage *.travis.yml* in order to make tiddlywiki running?
(That is actually the main issue)
2. Can I then link (sync) wiki content at github to my local computer
run under node.js?
Grateful in advance.
Olegh
четвер, 24 вересМя 2015 р. 21:58:38 UTC+3 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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Danielo Rodríguez
2016-12-11 02:48:44 UTC
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Hello oleghbond, I'm glad that you finally make it work.
I'm curious, what were you doing wrong?

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2016-12-11 19:46:28 UTC
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oleghbond
2016-12-15 07:25:55 UTC
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Hi, Danielo

Having used your approach I has successfuly built a single TW5 file at
https://oleghbond.github.io/about-tw/.

I tried to build a static html-resource having added aditional code into
tiddlywiki.info
<https://github.com/oleghbond/about-tw/blob/master/wiki/tiddlywiki.info>:

"static": [
"--rendertiddler","$:/core/templates/static.template.html","static.html","text/plain",
"--rendertiddler","$:/core/templates/alltiddlers.template.html","alltiddlers.html","text/plain",
"--rendertiddler","$:/core/templates/static.template.css","static/static.css","text/plain",
"--rendertiddlers","[!is[system]]","$:/core/templates/static.tiddler.html","static","text/plain"]

expecting a working link at
https://oleghbond.github.io/about-tw/static.html.

However it does not work. Travis-ci log file shows no errors.

Do you have any idea why?

Grateful in advance.

Olegh

четвер, 24 вересМя 2015 р. 21:58:38 UTC+3 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
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Danielo Rodríguez
2016-12-15 08:41:56 UTC
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I don't remember fully how my script was, but, is it executing the build command that you have created? If not, you should consider adding it.
Also check the output directory, maybe it is being generated but in a different place.

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Danielo Rodríguez
2016-12-15 08:49:30 UTC
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Dear oleghbond,

Instead of creating a new command, just add your --rendertiddler commands to the list contained within build:

"build": {
"static" :[ your build command here],
"index": [
"--rendertiddler","$:/plugins/tiddlywiki/tiddlyweb/save/offline","index.html","text/plain"],
"favicon": [
"--savetiddler","$:/favicon.ico","favicon.ico"],
"readme": [
"--rendertiddler","ReadMe","readme.md","text/html",
"--rendertiddler","License","license.md","text/html"]
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oleghbond
2016-12-15 12:15:55 UTC
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Dear Danielo,

it works. I put my command ("static") in front of your build command
("index") and it gets working. Perhaps I'm not enough knowledgable on
tiddlywiki.info.

Thanks a lot.

Olegh

четвер, 15 груЎМя 2016 р. 10:49:30 UTC+2 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
Dear oleghbond,
Instead of creating a new command, just add your --rendertiddler commands
"build": {
"static" :[ your build command here],
"index": [
"--rendertiddler","$:/plugins/tiddlywiki/tiddlyweb/save/offline","index.html","text/plain"],
"favicon": [
"--savetiddler","$:/favicon.ico","favicon.ico"],
"readme": [
"--rendertiddler","ReadMe","readme.md
","text/html",
"--rendertiddler","License","license.md
","text/html"]
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Danielo Rodríguez
2016-12-15 19:05:53 UTC
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Hello Olegh
Post by Olegh Bondarenko
Dear Danielo,
it works. I put my command ("static") in front of your build command
("index") and it gets working. Perhaps I'm not enough knowledgable on
tiddlywiki.info.
Thanks a lot.
Glad it worked. If you think you can improve the docs don't hesitate to
make a pull request.

Because I see that you are interested on this workflow, I want to advance
you that I'm going to release a small web app that allows you to edit wikis
hosted on github with a real tiddlywiki interface, so you will be able to
work with wikis at github like it was any other regular wiki.

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Olegh Bondarenko
2016-12-16 09:30:06 UTC
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Danielo,

Sounds great.

For the time being I use TW5 deployed locally over Node.js and synchronized
using git.

So, for many users your next step would a great advantage.

Look forward to hearing from you, so, please let me know when it'll be
ready.

Olegh


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Post by Danielo Rodríguez
Hello Olegh
Post by Olegh Bondarenko
Dear Danielo,
it works. I put my command ("static") in front of your build command
("index") and it gets working. Perhaps I'm not enough knowledgable on
tiddlywiki.info.
Thanks a lot.
Glad it worked. If you think you can improve the docs don't hesitate to
make a pull request.
Because I see that you are interested on this workflow, I want to advance
you that I'm going to release a small web app that allows you to edit wikis
hosted on github with a real tiddlywiki interface, so you will be able to
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oleghbond
2016-12-24 17:47:10 UTC
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Dear Danielo,

For the time being I succeeded to build github pages for two documents
(https://protw.github.io/tw5/ and https://protw.github.io/rder-uk/) having
modified just a bit your instruction (regarding forking as I told earlier).

Then I decided to build a portfolio site at *https://protw.github.io/*.
However, again I'm faced some obstacle, namely:

- according to github help
<https://help.github.com/articles/user-organization-and-project-pages/#user--organization-pages>
I organized a project named *protw.github.io*;
- then I added, comitted and pulled to *protw.github.io* some new
tiddlers;
- then I checked building procedures at *travis-ci* having the same
configuration files *.travis.yml* and *publish.sh*. - everything OK.

However, site *https://protw.github.io/*. renders just *README.md*, though
there is branch *gh-pages* containing deployed *index.html*, *static.html*
and folder *static/*.

Could you guess what's the issue and way out?

Sincerely
Olegh

четвер, 24 вересМя 2015 р. 21:58:38 UTC+3 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
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oleghbond
2016-12-24 20:33:32 UTC
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Dear Danielo,

It seems I've caught the point. Files type of index.html and static.html
are to be located directly at *master branch*:

github.com/<user_name>/<user_name>.github.io


That's exactly what I did creating a script file staticm.bat for Windows at
my comp:

if exist static\ del /s/q static\ > nul
if exist index.html del /s/q index.html > nul
if exist static.html del /s/q static.html > nul
if exist \temp1029384756 del /s/q \temp1029384756 > nul
if exist \temp1029384756 rd \temp1029384756 > nul

call tiddlywiki ./wiki --build

md \temp1029384756
xcopy /s/y wiki\output\*.* \temp1029384756 > nul
xcopy /s/y \temp1029384756\*.* > nul
del /s/q \temp1029384756 > nul
rd \temp1029384756 > nul
del /s/q wiki\output > nul

This scheme is inconsistent with building github pages for a project but it
workable.
Post by Olegh Bondarenko
Dear Danielo,
For the time being I succeeded to build github pages for two documents (
https://protw.github.io/tw5/ and https://protw.github.io/rder-uk/) having
modified just a bit your instruction (regarding forking as I told earlier).
Then I decided to build a portfolio site at *https://protw.github.io/
<https://protw.github.io/>*. However, again I'm faced some obstacle,
- according to github help
<https://help.github.com/articles/user-organization-and-project-pages/#user--organization-pages>
I organized a project named *protw.github.io <http://protw.github.io>*;
- then I added, comitted and pulled to *protw.github.io
<http://protw.github.io>* some new tiddlers;
- then I checked building procedures at *travis-ci* having the same
configuration files *.travis.yml* and *publish.sh*. - everything OK.
However, site *https://protw.github.io/ <https://protw.github.io/>*. renders
just *README.md*, though there is branch *gh-pages* containing deployed
*index.html*, *static.html* and folder *static/*.
Could you guess what's the issue and way out?
Sincerely
Olegh
четвер, 24 вересМя 2015 р. 21:58:38 UTC+3 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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oleghbond
2017-01-19 06:46:34 UTC
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Dear Danielo,

for some reasons I decided to deploy some of my work at gitlab.com. Having
git repos, CI and gitlab pages it's a pretty similar instrument to github.

Instead *.travis.yml* build script gitlab runs *.gitlab-ci.yml* to deploy
gitlab pages.

However, *.yml* syntax for gitlab CI is different and for the time being I
have not succeeded to pass through the whole build cycle.

For instance when I tried *.gitlab-ci.yml* below:

image: node:6.9.4

pages:
cache:
paths:
- node_modules/

script:
- npm install -g tiddlywiki
- tiddlywiki ./wiki --build
artifacts:
paths:
- public
only:
- master

According to the gitlab CI documentation after creation all the generated
files should be relocated to a special folder *public/*. However, I
revealed no generated static files at repo though the build monitor shows
that the static files were created:

<Loading Image...>

Could you help to make *.gitlab-ci.yml* for gitlab CI similar to yours
*.travis.yml.*

Olegh

четвер, 24 вересМя 2015 р. 21:58:38 UTC+3 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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What if you try to point the build commands at tiddkywiki.info to the public directory ?
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oleghbond
2017-01-20 15:21:40 UTC
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Good idea. However, some hint is needed.

I've got a build section in *tiddlywiki.**info* as follows:
"build": {
"static": [
"--rendertiddler","$:/core/templates/static.template.html",
"static.html","text/plain",
"--rendertiddlers","[!is[system]]",
"$:/core/templates/static.tiddler.html","static","text/plain",
"--rendertiddler","$:/core/templates/static.template.css",
"static/static.css","text/plain"],
"index": [
"--rendertiddler","$:/plugins/tiddlywiki/tiddlyweb/save/offline",
"index.html","text/plain"]
}

At my local computer in creates *output* folder. So in general the
resulting structure looks like:
┬─ .gitlab-ci.yml
├─ wiki
├─ tiddlers
│ └─ <tiddlers>
├─ output
│ └─ <static html-files>
└─ tiddlywiki.info

However, I've no idea where the name and the location of *output* folder
are assigned. All changes what I tried in the path are relatively (inside)
*output* folder!

Olegh

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What if you try to point the build commands at tiddkywiki.info to the public directory ?
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oleghbond
2017-01-20 17:13:10 UTC
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Sorry, I've a little bit confused you. Indeed the folder structure looks
like:
┬─ .gitlab-ci.yml
└─ wiki
├─ tiddlers
│ └─ <tiddlers>
├─ output
│ └─ <static html-files>
└─ tiddlywiki.info
Post by oleghbond
Good idea. However, some hint is needed.
"build": {
"static": [
"--rendertiddler","$:/core/templates/static.template.html",
"static.html","text/plain",
"--rendertiddlers","[!is[system]]",
"$:/core/templates/static.tiddler.html","static","text/plain",
"--rendertiddler","$:/core/templates/static.template.css",
"static/static.css","text/plain"],
"index": [
"--rendertiddler","$:/plugins/tiddlywiki/tiddlyweb/save/offline",
"index.html","text/plain"]
}
At my local computer in creates *output* folder. So in general the
┬─ .gitlab-ci.yml
├─ wiki
├─ tiddlers
│ └─ <tiddlers>
├─ output
│ └─ <static html-files>
└─ tiddlywiki.info
However, I've no idea where the name and the location of *output* folder
are assigned. All changes what I tried in the path are relatively (inside)
*output* folder!
Olegh
пʌятМОця, 20 січМя 2017 р. 16:29:09 UTC+2 кПрОстувач Danielo Rodríguez
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Danielo Rodríguez
2017-01-21 11:05:26 UTC
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Seems that it is not possible to specify the output folder .
Maybe you can try moving the files after the generation. I mean inside the build script you could try something like

mv output/static /public
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2017-01-21 11:38:45 UTC
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Something like this

pages:
before_script: []
stage: pages
<<: *dedicated-runner
dependencies:
- your:build:task
script:
- mkdir public/
- mv output/static public/
artifacts:
paths:
- public
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Danielo Rodríguez
2017-01-21 14:55:03 UTC
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Dear oleghbond

I just added support for gitlab. You can base your workflow on it:

https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages

Gitlab pages has a much easier workflow, in this case all you have to do is
clone the repository and setup the tiddlywiki.info file the way you prefer.

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oleghbond
2017-01-23 09:04:39 UTC
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Dear Danielo,

works just fine. My YML script is very similar to what you've suggested - I
just missed the line *stage: deploy*.

Thanks, Olegh

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Post by Danielo Rodríguez
Dear oleghbond
https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
Gitlab pages has a much easier workflow, in this case all you have to do
is clone the repository and setup the tiddlywiki.info file the way you
prefer.
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Daniel Cunningham
2017-11-20 21:44:10 UTC
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Hi Daniel

I have been experimenting with my own fork
<https://github.com/ChintiminiFarm/share-project-proposal> of your
tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages/tree/master>.
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.


Best regards,

-- Daniel

On Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:58:38 AM UTC-7, Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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.
https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
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Daniel Cunningham
2017-11-20 21:46:53 UTC
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Hi Danielo,

I have been experimenting with my own fork
<https://github.com/ChintiminiFarm/share-project-proposal> of your
tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages/tree/master>.
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.


Best regards,

-- Daniel

On Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:58:38 AM UTC-7, Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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.
https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
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Olegh Bondarenko
2017-11-21 14:33:46 UTC
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Dear Daniel,

thanks to Danielo I accepted and use regularly this approach. Please look
at my site github.com/protw and one of my projects
https://github.com/protw/tw5 dedicated to TW5 (in Ukrainian) where I put an
instructions how to deploy TW5 project at Github + Github Pages (2.2, 2.2.1
- 2.2.4).

The way how to build the resulting wiki is determined in tiddlywiki.info
<https://github.com/protw/tw5/blob/master/wiki/tiddlywiki.info>. There you
can see section "build" having two subsections "static" and "index" for two
different representations of resulting wiki.

Actually you may check these two results visiting the following pages
(accordingly):

- https://protw.github.io/tw5/static
- https://protw.github.io/tw5

Sincerely,

Olegh Bondarenko
http://goo.gl/bzDZfd




2017-11-20 23:46 GMT+02:00 Daniel Cunningham <
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Hi Danielo,
I have been experimenting with my own fork
<https://github.com/ChintiminiFarm/share-project-proposal> of your
tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages/tree/master>.
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.
Best regards,
-- Daniel
On Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:58:38 AM UTC-7, Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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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Daniel Cunningham
2017-11-24 04:16:42 UTC
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Hi Olegh,

I reviewed your protw projects (nice!) and saw that there is additional
configuration information in the "tiddlywiki.info" file.

But I'm not familiar with the configuration syntax, or the
"rendertiddler(s)" stuff...

So I'm still stuck trying to understand how to configure a build for a
single html file.

Let me re-state my use case, because I don't think I made myself very
clear:

1. When a new user (me) wants to try TW5, I download a new empty wiki
file.
2. I end up with a single HTML file, that I can name to something like:
'my-new-project.html".
3. (Well, we know it's not "just" an HTML file, it's also whole lot of
JavaScript "black-magic" as well).
4. I get busy & make a bunch of new tiddlers, maybe hundreds. But to
naive user (me) it's still a single HTML file.
5. I want to upload "my-new-project.html" to my own fork
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FChintiminiFarm%2Fshare-project-proposal&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHHosExYreECbD5n0Wg4Yk8Jn6hyw>
and have it served from there.
6. I see the current build configuration of the
tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgitlab.com%2Fdanielo515%2Ftw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages%2Ftree%2Fmaster&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNF452_Yyr_XVgy8-eyvs87CM553XA>
system seems to be based on .tid files.
7. But if you try to "export all tiddlers" into a tid file, you find out
that TW5 only exports a single tiddler.
8. So, you are stuck (it seems to me).

So, I would like to upload this single "my-new-project.html" file into the
project space, in whatever appropriate spot is best, and configure it (with
appropriate syntax) in the "tiddlywiki.info" file.

- Can that be done? and...
- Can you give my the "tiddlywiki.info" syntax for that?

Best regards,

-- Daniel
Post by Olegh Bondarenko
Dear Daniel,
thanks to Danielo I accepted and use regularly this approach. Please look
at my site github.com/protw and one of my projects
https://github.com/protw/tw5 dedicated to TW5 (in Ukrainian) where I put
an instructions how to deploy TW5 project at Github + Github Pages (2.2,
2.2.1 - 2.2.4).
The way how to build the resulting wiki is determined in tiddlywiki.info
<https://github.com/protw/tw5/blob/master/wiki/tiddlywiki.info>. There
you can see section "build" having two subsections "static" and "index" for
two different representations of resulting wiki.
Actually you may check these two results visiting the following pages
- https://protw.github.io/tw5/static
- https://protw.github.io/tw5
Sincerely,
Olegh Bondarenko
http://goo.gl/bzDZfd
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Hi Danielo,
I have been experimenting with my own fork
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FChintiminiFarm%2Fshare-project-proposal&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHHosExYreECbD5n0Wg4Yk8Jn6hyw>
of your tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgitlab.com%2Fdanielo515%2Ftw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages%2Ftree%2Fmaster&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNF452_Yyr_XVgy8-eyvs87CM553XA>.
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.
Best regards,
-- Daniel
On Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:58:38 AM UTC-7, Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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.
https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
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Olegh Bondarenko
2017-11-24 06:28:01 UTC
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Dear Daniel,

I'm not familiar with the build command too. Every time I got what I needed
learning appropriate examples. For the beginning I may recommend you to
start with:

- https://tiddlywiki.com/#Generating%20Static%20Sites%20with%20TiddlyWiki
-
https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/2657#issuecomment-267390965


Olegh Bondarenko
http://goo.gl/bzDZfd




2017-11-24 6:16 GMT+02:00 Daniel Cunningham <
Post by Daniel Cunningham
Hi Olegh,
I reviewed your protw projects (nice!) and saw that there is additional
configuration information in the "tiddlywiki.info" file.
But I'm not familiar with the configuration syntax, or the
"rendertiddler(s)" stuff...
So I'm still stuck trying to understand how to configure a build for a
single html file.
Let me re-state my use case, because I don't think I made myself very
1. When a new user (me) wants to try TW5, I download a new empty wiki
file.
2. I end up with a single HTML file, that I can name to something
like: 'my-new-project.html".
3. (Well, we know it's not "just" an HTML file, it's also whole lot of
JavaScript "black-magic" as well).
4. I get busy & make a bunch of new tiddlers, maybe hundreds. But to
naive user (me) it's still a single HTML file.
5. I want to upload "my-new-project.html" to my own fork
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FChintiminiFarm%2Fshare-project-proposal&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHHosExYreECbD5n0Wg4Yk8Jn6hyw>
and have it served from there.
6. I see the current build configuration of the
tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgitlab.com%2Fdanielo515%2Ftw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages%2Ftree%2Fmaster&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNF452_Yyr_XVgy8-eyvs87CM553XA>
system seems to be based on .tid files.
7. But if you try to "export all tiddlers" into a tid file, you find
out that TW5 only exports a single tiddler.
8. So, you are stuck (it seems to me).
So, I would like to upload this single "my-new-project.html" file into the
project space, in whatever appropriate spot is best, and configure it (with
appropriate syntax) in the "tiddlywiki.info" file.
- Can that be done? and...
- Can you give my the "tiddlywiki.info" syntax for that?
Best regards,
-- Daniel
Post by Olegh Bondarenko
Dear Daniel,
thanks to Danielo I accepted and use regularly this approach. Please look
at my site github.com/protw and one of my projects https://github.com/pr
otw/tw5 dedicated to TW5 (in Ukrainian) where I put an instructions how
to deploy TW5 project at Github + Github Pages (2.2, 2.2.1 - 2.2.4).
The way how to build the resulting wiki is determined in tiddlywiki.info
<https://github.com/protw/tw5/blob/master/wiki/tiddlywiki.info>. There
you can see section "build" having two subsections "static" and "index" for
two different representations of resulting wiki.
Actually you may check these two results visiting the following pages
- https://protw.github.io/tw5/static
- https://protw.github.io/tw5
Sincerely,
Olegh Bondarenko
http://goo.gl/bzDZfd
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Hi Danielo,
I have been experimenting with my own fork
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FChintiminiFarm%2Fshare-project-proposal&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHHosExYreECbD5n0Wg4Yk8Jn6hyw>
of your tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgitlab.com%2Fdanielo515%2Ftw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages%2Ftree%2Fmaster&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNF452_Yyr_XVgy8-eyvs87CM553XA>
. 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.
Best regards,
-- Daniel
On Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:58:38 AM UTC-7, Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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.
https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
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Ah, thanks Olegh -- that's enough to get experimenting! Cheers!
Post by Olegh Bondarenko
Dear Daniel,
I'm not familiar with the build command too. Every time I got what I
needed learning appropriate examples. For the beginning I may recommend you
-
https://tiddlywiki.com/#Generating%20Static%20Sites%20with%20TiddlyWiki
-
https://github.com/Jermolene/TiddlyWiki5/issues/2657#issuecomment-267390965
Olegh Bondarenko
http://goo.gl/bzDZfd
Post by Daniel Cunningham
Hi Olegh,
I reviewed your protw projects (nice!) and saw that there is additional
configuration information in the "tiddlywiki.info" file.
But I'm not familiar with the configuration syntax, or the
"rendertiddler(s)" stuff...
So I'm still stuck trying to understand how to configure a build for a
single html file.
Let me re-state my use case, because I don't think I made myself very
1. When a new user (me) wants to try TW5, I download a new empty wiki
file.
2. I end up with a single HTML file, that I can name to something
like: 'my-new-project.html".
3. (Well, we know it's not "just" an HTML file, it's also whole lot
of JavaScript "black-magic" as well).
4. I get busy & make a bunch of new tiddlers, maybe hundreds. But to
naive user (me) it's still a single HTML file.
5. I want to upload "my-new-project.html" to my own fork
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FChintiminiFarm%2Fshare-project-proposal&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHHosExYreECbD5n0Wg4Yk8Jn6hyw>
and have it served from there.
6. I see the current build configuration of the
tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgitlab.com%2Fdanielo515%2Ftw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages%2Ftree%2Fmaster&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNF452_Yyr_XVgy8-eyvs87CM553XA>
system seems to be based on .tid files.
7. But if you try to "export all tiddlers" into a tid file, you find
out that TW5 only exports a single tiddler.
8. So, you are stuck (it seems to me).
So, I would like to upload this single "my-new-project.html" file into
the project space, in whatever appropriate spot is best, and configure it
(with appropriate syntax) in the "tiddlywiki.info" file.
- Can that be done? and...
- Can you give my the "tiddlywiki.info" syntax for that?
Best regards,
-- Daniel
Post by Olegh Bondarenko
Dear Daniel,
thanks to Danielo I accepted and use regularly this approach. Please
look at my site github.com/protw and one of my projects
https://github.com/protw/tw5 dedicated to TW5 (in Ukrainian) where I
put an instructions how to deploy TW5 project at Github + Github Pages
(2.2, 2.2.1 - 2.2.4).
The way how to build the resulting wiki is determined in tiddlywiki.info
<https://github.com/protw/tw5/blob/master/wiki/tiddlywiki.info>. There
you can see section "build" having two subsections "static" and "index" for
two different representations of resulting wiki.
Actually you may check these two results visiting the following pages
- https://protw.github.io/tw5/static
- https://protw.github.io/tw5
Sincerely,
Olegh Bondarenko
http://goo.gl/bzDZfd
Post by Hegart Dmishiv
Hi Danielo,
I have been experimenting with my own fork
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgithub.com%2FChintiminiFarm%2Fshare-project-proposal&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNHHosExYreECbD5n0Wg4Yk8Jn6hyw>
of your tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
<https://www.google.com/url?q=https%3A%2F%2Fgitlab.com%2Fdanielo515%2Ftw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages%2Ftree%2Fmaster&sa=D&sntz=1&usg=AFQjCNF452_Yyr_XVgy8-eyvs87CM553XA>.
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.
Best regards,
-- Daniel
On Thursday, September 24, 2015 at 11:58:38 AM UTC-7, Danielo Rodríguez
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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
<https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages/blob/master/tiddlywiki.com> is
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
https://github.com/danielo515/TW5-auto-publish2gh-pages
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.
Regards
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.
https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
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Trisquel Whare
2018-06-10 17:27:47 UTC
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Hi Danielo,

This is the new incarnation of Hegart Dmishiv here. I'm now using GitLab as
well, rather than GitHub, and I see that you've got this working there now.
I'm also seeing an issue
<https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/support-forum/issues/502#note_21801168>
you've raised there about this, and I was just wondering if that has all
been resolved? I see that there are a few others here who have successfully
cloned your repo on GitLab. I'm new to GitLab, and since my major health
issues back in 2016, I'm having to re-learn a lot of stuff. I think I'm now
capable of following your instructions again, this time to get this all
working in GitLab, but I'll need some hand-holding again, as I did last
time. Are you up for this again? 😄

I have a GitLab account <https://gitlab.com/TrisquelWhare> and have configured
SSH
<https://forum.gitlab.com/t/creating-new-ssh-gpg-keypairs-with-new-email-address-for-gitlab/16543>.
That is about it so far. I'm running Trisquel <https://trisquel.info/>
GNU/Linux v8.0 ("Flidas") as my desktop OS, and have not as yet installed
Travis CI or Prose.io or anything, as this is a clean installation, only a
few months old. Thanks in advance for any help you can offer to get me up
and running again with a git-hosted TiddlyWiki5 instance.
Post by Danielo Rodríguez
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.
https://gitlab.com/danielo515/tw5-auto-publish2gitlab-pages
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