I'm working on a full Awasu Wiki page for this topic, but I've got 5 Channel Reports I'm trying to add to the wiki first, so in the meantime here's the short story...
First if you haven't already done so you should try out TiddlyWiki on its own and see if it's "works for you". Learn how to create new "Tiddlers", how to tag Tiddlers, how to search for and edit existing Tiddlers, how to import Tiddlers between different TiddlyWiki files. But I guess if you're asking about integrating TiddlyWiki with Awasu you've probably already done some of this...
You can use TiddlyWiki as either an .HTML or an .HTA extension, and there are a couple of differences. I use TiddlyWiki with an .HTA file extension and I add a special HTML element that will make sure that I can only run one instance of it at a time. Note: Renaming it as an .HTA file means that it'll run in Internet Explorer not Firefox, Chrome or any other web browser. That special element is the <hta:application... /> element (shown below
) and it provides some special customizations like singleinstance="yes"
. There's one catch as an .HTA file, always make sure you save your TiddlyWiki before you close it. Even though it will prompt you that "you have unsaved changes, are you sure you want to exit?"; no matter what you answer in the .HTA version you'll exit and lose your changes.
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
The way User and Send to Tools interface with TiddlyWiki would be different if you're using an .HTA vs. an .HTML file.
In addition to what we've already posted on the Wiki and Forum you can create a User Tool that runs an .HTA based TiddlyWiki like this:
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Well I guess that's the "short" version of the TiddlyWiki story.
More to come on the Awasu Wiki...