[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-07-17 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
I very much doubt its so dire. Since TW is NOT interactive the only ingress is if you compromised your own site. I DID mine by using an open FTP, never aqain. So, do you want the 5 minute argument, or the full half hour? -:) @TiddlyTweeter wrote: >> >> i would trust it from a friend. >> > >

[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-07-17 Thread codacodercodacoder
On Monday, July 17, 2017 at 9:25:00 AM UTC-5, @TiddlyTweeter wrote: > > i would trust it from a friend. > > A word of advice: That is precisely the attack vector to which you (we) are most vulnerable. You cannot know or ascertain whether your friends are or have been exposed to malware

[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-07-17 Thread @TiddlyTweeter
i would trust it from a friend. PMario wrote > I'm pretty sure, that you don't want to run arbitrary scripts form > untrusted sources on your computer > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "TiddlyWiki" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop

[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-07-17 Thread PMario
On Tuesday, June 20, 2017 at 3:44:40 PM UTC+2, Jed Carty wrote: > > I would really like to be able to run a bash script from a tiddlywiki, but > I haven't figured out how yet. > I'm pretty sure, that you don't want to run arbitrary scripts form untrusted sources on your computer, if the browser

[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-07-15 Thread TonyM
P.S. I was also going to share this custom export idea for your Spreadsheet tool to re-export. On Sunday, 16 July 2017 10:37:59 UTC+10, TonyM wrote: > > Steve, > > Did you see this discussion on Windows Command line via a custom export > (save in download) export and loop that processes?, Its

[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-07-15 Thread TonyM
Steve, Did you see this discussion on Windows Command line via a custom export (save in download) export and loop that processes?, Its quite easy to create a new exporter to do this and I am sure the same method can be used in other OS's. Regards Tony On Tuesday, 20 June 2017 21:09:34

[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-06-20 Thread 'Mark S.' via TiddlyWiki
I suppose that you want the command line interface because you're comfortable with unix-style commands. But you might be able to do what you want without having to use a separate language. This will create tiddlers that count the number of tiddlers marked 'Widget' and store it in a tiddler.

[tw] Re: Command line from TiddlyWiki

2017-06-20 Thread Jed Carty
I would really like to be able to run a bash script from a tiddlywiki, but I haven't figured out how yet. As I wrote that I realised that it should be possible to use the child_process module in node to run console commands, so we may be able to make widget that does that. That doesn't take