CN13 WikiLink Text Editor

CN13 WikiLink Text Editor


This program can view and edit simple text files with the '.wiki' extension. While viewing a .wiki file, it will automatically detect links to other .wiki files in the same directory. The links do not need to be enclosed in brackets or any other formatting indicator. The only requirement is that the text document contains a word or list of words that match the file name of a sibling (minus the '.wiki' part).

This application is useful if you want to take notes and be able to easily jump between related notes, but you don't want to have to worry about formatting your links manually. It is not as powerful as some other local wiki editing applications, so if you want to make a wiki collection with fancy formatting for others to see, this is probably not the app for you. It's mostly for personal use.

I recommend using DropBox and DropSync to synchronize notes with other devices. I have written a very similar Emacs extension at http://sourceforge.net/projects/wiki-el/ for use on a personal computer.

Recent changes:
FIXED: Dialog boxes disappeared when activity config changed (e.g. when rotating screen)
NEW: Input names of wiki files by typing in action mode instead of dialog windows
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5.0
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1
Installs
100+
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0
File size
1719 kb
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About CN13 WikiLink Text Editor
This program can view and edit simple text files with the '.wiki' extension. While viewing a .wiki file, it will automatically detect links to other .wiki files in the same directory. The links do not need to be enclosed in brackets or any other formatting indicator. The only requirement is that the text document contains a word or list of words that match the file name of a sibling (minus the '.wiki' part).

This application is useful if you want to take notes and be able to easily jump between related notes, but you don't want to have to worry about formatting your links manually. It is not as powerful as some other local wiki editing applications, so if you want to make a wiki collection with fancy formatting for others to see, this is probably not the app for you. It's mostly for personal use.

I recommend using DropBox and DropSync to synchronize notes with other devices. I have written a very similar Emacs extension at http://sourceforge.net/projects/wiki-el/ for use on a personal computer.

Recent changes:
FIXED: Dialog boxes disappeared when activity config changed (e.g. when rotating screen)
NEW: Input names of wiki files by typing in action mode instead of dialog windows

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