Jreepad allows you to store and edit all your little nuggets of text in an incredibly intuitive tree structure. Each "node" on the tree has a plain-text "article" associated with it, meaning that a Jreepad file becomes almost a freeform database, storing all kinds of information. Jreepad is inspired by, and compatible with, the Windows program "Treepad Lite".
|Operating Systems||OS Independent Mac OS X POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: JTextile formatting, for a convenient and elegant wiki-like formatting of text. Infinite undo/redo of changes to text in nodes. Document icons and file associations (under Mac OS X) for added convenience. Improved keyboard shortcuts. A handful of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release has many small interface improvements, plus improved printing and support for internationalisation (including a Danish translation). It also allows you to view nodes as formatted HTML or as a table, not just as plain text.
Release Notes: The most important improvement is to the search function, which is now practically instant and is much more useful. Various improvements were made to the GUI to make it more pleasant to work with, and some bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: In this version, an important bug in saving and loading, which could cause data loss, was fixed. The HTML export was also beefed up in various ways, making it much more flexible.
Release Notes: This release adds some interface improvements, plus import/export improvements and a new export format, so it's recommended for all users. The OSX-specific bundle has a couple of specific refinements to make it fit more naturally into its environment.