ClimbLog is a Java application for writing down climbing routes in something like a diary. The entries are stored hierarchically, so it's easy to navigate and search through the tree. You can add comments for each entry or tally routes. The data is stored in XML format and can be exported to HTML.
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Release Notes: The biggest change is the new application name, changed from jClimber's Diary to ClimbLog. Each route now contains multiple (at least one) route climbs, so you can store multiple climbs of routes. All dialogs have been rewritten with improved layout and they are now resizable. ClimbLog now uses the native Look&Feel on Windows systems. The data is stored in a new XML format, and the old data will be imported automatically.
Release Notes: This release switches to the UTF-8 encoding for the XML file, which removes problems for some locales. There are also minor GUI and HTML export updates.
Release Notes: The implementation uses Java 5.0 and was internally improved. The XML validation is now based on the XSD schema, and the HTML export is valid XHTML 1.0. The menu can be used with shortcuts now.
Release Notes: A Java WebStart installation is available now. The diary export was rewritten using XSL (much faster). Diary data is stored in the user's home directory now (for multiuser systems). Climbing routes can be marked as uncompleted. There's a new toolbar, and the Kunstoff Look&Feel is being used now. Most dialogs are rewritten. There are also a lot of bugfixes and usability improvements. Java2 1.4 is required now.
Release Notes: This release contains some bugfixes (searching and the use of special characters), the use of ANT for building the application, and some internal changes (XML processing with JDOM).