Tiddlers can be stored in text files in several different formats. Files containing single tiddlers can also have an auxiliary
.meta file formatted as a sequence of name:value pairs:
title: TheTitle modifier: someone
These files consist of a sequence of lines containing name:value pairs, a blank line and then the text of the tiddler. For example:
title: MyTiddler modifier: Jeremy This is the text of my tiddler.
application/x-tiddler is used internally for these files
*.tiddler files look like this:
<div title="AnotherExampleStyleSheet" modifier="blaine" created="201102111106" modified="201102111310" tags="examples" creator="psd"> <pre>Note that there is an embedded <pre> tag, and line feeds are not escaped. And, weirdly, there is no HTML encoding of the body.</pre> </div>
*.tiddler files are therefore not quite the same as the tiddlers found inside a TiddlyWiki HTML file, where the body is HTML encoded in the expected way.
*.tiddler files more closely matched the store format used by TiddlyWiki at the time:
<div tiddler="AnotherExampleStyleSheet" modifier="JeremyRuston" modified="200508181432" created="200508181432" tags="examples">This is an old-school .tiddler file, without an embedded <pre> tag.\nNote how the body is "HTML encoded" and new lines are escaped to \\n</div>
application/x-tiddler-html-div is used internally for these files
These files are a straightforward array of hashmaps of name:value fields. Currently only these known fields are processed:
application/json is used internally for these files
TiddlyWiki HTML files contain a collection of tiddlers encoded in