This brings back memories, Tiddlywiki was one of the first note-taking tools I used as a professional programmer. Combining it with Redbean is super smart, as otherwise it relies on all sorts of hacks to get your local wiki changes to “save” in the browser.
For saving to work you need to let redbean modify its own zip file. You enable this with the -* flag. So the final invocation should be: ./wiki.com -M 5000000 -\*. The initial build script should also set chmod +x on wiki.com.
./wiki.com -M 5000000 -\*
I’m also seeing some kind of raceyness with StoreAsset and ServeAsset? The issue is that if you make a change and save the file, then the browser UI will immediately tell you that you’ve saved (redbean responds with a status 200), but if you quickly hard-refresh (or download the file with curl or whatever), then your most recent info isn’t served.