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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Thanks for your sharing your notes on Tiddlywiki. It sounds like something I might enjoy, too. Now it's on my radar.
  • I work on 10 SunFires which have no internet access, or mutual access for that matter, so I use TiddlyWiki to track module dependencies, so I can install a set of modules in the 'right' order, with a minimum of pain. And yes, I have a shell script to install them in bulk mode. I've just switched to TiddlyWiki from TreePad, which I very much like. However, I wanted something not so bound with MS Windows...
  • I'm using version = {major: 2, minor: 1, revision: 3, date: new Date("Nov 3, 2006") of TiddlyWiki.
    I tried LinksCommand, but could not get it to display anything (yes, saved and reloaded).
    With GotoboxMacro, the very first time I used it, FireFox opened the Find dialog at the bottom of the page. After that, each use of ^G just made the cursor jump to the next occurrence of the text I'd typed. The input field was never updatable to search for a different string.
    • How odd. Let me spell check your brain here: after you'd installed the LinksCommand, you added it to the toolbar macro call in ViewTemplate? You added > to the sidebar in SideBarOptions?
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      rjbs