Hmm, this is a problem.
The best way is for the plugin to put everything into the Tonido UserDirectory/<PLUGINNAME> which is the standard way we do it today.
But as you say, you can't put PHP content there, only static content.
It is best to not use symlinks because
1. It is not supported in all OSes
2. They cannot be created and managed by Tonido's Plugin install and management process.
If you want to make your wiki as a Tonido plugin, you definitely want to stay away if possible from symlinks, just because they are non-portable.
Having said that, I am not sure yet what the solution is .
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