Hey, Jeremy —
So, as mentioned in the OP I'm pretty leery of the "pre-boot" approach
here. The modloader process
quite a lot of $:/boot library functionality to identify and inspect shadow
tiddlers as part of the patching process, and to generate the output
plugin. I also worry that working on the pre-boot DOM would create
incompatibilities with certain TiddlyWiki environments (but I don't
understand this low level stuff very well). The current modloader can
manipulate almost everything in the wiki *except *for startup modules and
the modules they require, hence the request.
In most cases, bootloader modules (including modloader) are going to want
to generate any output to $:/temp or similar, where they won't create
persistent changes in the wiki.
I expect we'll end up discussing in more depth during tomorrow's call.
On Monday, 12 February 2018 14:09:17 UTC-6, Jeremy Ruston wrote:
> Here’s the .tid of the $:/PatchCore.js tiddler, too.
> Best wishes
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