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rated 0 times [  38] [ 6]  / answers: 1 / hits: 53617  / 15 Years ago, mon, july 6, 2009, 12:00:00

I was pretty sure the answer was NO, and hence google gears, adobe AIR, etc.

If I was right, then how does work? It is persistent and written in javascript. It is also just a single HTML file that has no external (serverside) dependencies. WTF? Where/how does it store its state?

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Tiddlywiki has several methods of saving data, depending on which browser is used. As you could see in the source.

  • If ActiveX is enabled, it uses Scripting.FileSystemObject.

  • On Gecko-based browsers, it tries to use UniversalXPConnect.

  • If Java is enabled, it uses the TiddlySaver Java applet.

  • If Java LiveConnect is enabled, it tries to use Java's file classes.

[#99184] Wednesday, July 1, 2009, 15 Years  [reply] [flag answer]
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