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Pauker

Pauker is a generic flashcard program. It uses a combination of ultra-shortterm, shortterm, and longterm memory. You can use it to learn all the things you never want to forget, like vocabulary, capitals, important dates, etc.

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  •  14 Jul 2010 13:57

    Release Notes: The colors of instructions are now consistent. The ultra-shorttime timer no longer beeps or rings. Searching for similar cards was fixed. Editing cards while repeating was fixed. The internal libraries (JavaHelp, Lucene, iText) were updated.

    •  22 Feb 2010 22:05

      Release Notes: This release fixes lesson saving on Windows.

      •  01 Feb 2010 19:58

        Release Notes: Reading KVTML files (kvoctrain) is now supported. Cards can now be moved to top/bottom. The last lesson can now be automatically opened at program startup. The number of recent files is now configurable. Lessons can now be saved as a PDF file. The lesson saving algorithm is now more robust (to preventing data loss). There are some performance improvements and many bugfixes.

        •  25 Dec 2008 18:58

          Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed and some new translations were added. The overall performance, the documentation, and the GUI were improved.

          •  14 Dec 2008 18:19

            Release Notes: The import dialog can be canceled now. Parsing broken lessons is more robust now. Lesson files are no longer corrupted when an OutOfMemoryError occurs when saving a lesson.

            Recent comments

            31 Oct 2003 04:24 justanotherguy

            Re: Flashcards...

            > product in it's 1.4.1 release with so
            > many users has 2500 bugfixes in point
            > release there is something seriously
            > wrong
            %[snip]
            > I am sure of one thing:
            > testing is done by the public.
            %Microsoft
            > may be expensive but I rarely have a
            > problem with their products...
            %You pay
            > a lot of money for open source.


            You're an imbecile. As of May 2003 Microsoft admitted it had a buglist of over 250,000 known bugs
            As many of us who are ex-Microsoft victims know Microsfot does, contrary to your idiotic assertion, do its beta testing in public. Furthermore ou pay for the program and then you pay to get the bugfix when they raise the product point number. This bear in mind is for a product released 13 years ago.

            No-one is 100% sure who has less buggy software proprietary v opensource. A recent suggested Free software had marginally mre bugs on release but bug fixing was quicker. Microsoft has been consistently slow with bug fixes because they have higher priorities, some serious bugs have been around for years

            Furthermore you're blaming Sun for something that might actually be Microsofts or Installshields fault!! It may be them buggering up your registry.

            Finally Java/pauker is free you didnt pay for it, no-one insisted you install it (unlike MS), the risk is on you dont snivel.


            21 Aug 2003 00:18 rost

            Re: Flashcards...

            > Value for money. You pay a lot of money for
            open source.


            Good. Please use the PayPal-Button at the
            Pauker Homepage
            (http://pauker.sourceforge.net/) to pay a lot of
            money :-)

            12 Aug 2003 02:17 jimcp

            Re: Flashcards...
            You made my day, I am in the fourth day of an upgrade from netbeans 3.4.1 to 3.5.1. I used the co-bundle. It was total trash. Ruined my registry. If a product in it's 1.4.1 release with so many users has 2500 bugfixes in point release there is something seriously wrong in the either software engineering or the production process (source control, version control, porting, regression testing, beta's, manufacturing). I am sure of one thing: testing is done by the public. Microsoft may be expensive but I rarely have a problem with their products... Not that I have any intention to start developing in C++ though. Value for money. You pay a lot of money for open source.

            >
            > % don't underestimate changing your jre
            >
            > % worth it you have 1.4.2
            > % don't fix anything if it ain't broke,
            >
            >
            >
            > Every JRE before 1.4.2 was definitely
            > broken.
            > Sun fixed 2500 bugs between 1.4.1 and
            > 1.4.2.
            > Some of them seriously affected Pauker.
            >
            > JRE-1.4.2 is the first one without a
            > single bump
            > in Pauker's road.


            11 Aug 2003 23:16 rost

            Re: Flashcards...

            > don't underestimate changing your jre
            > worth it you have 1.4.2
            > don't fix anything if it ain't broke,


            Every JRE before 1.4.2 was definitely broken.
            Sun fixed 2500 bugs between 1.4.1 and 1.4.2.
            Some of them seriously affected Pauker.
            JRE-1.4.2 is the first one without a single bump
            in Pauker's road.

            09 Aug 2003 08:32 jimcp

            Flashcards...
            If you're new to the concept. It works! Want proof? There are +/- 250 programs for using them. Which one to choose?

            Pauker - Java jre 1.4.2
            source included, works
            BUT
            don't underestimate changing your jre
            worth it you have 1.4.2
            don't fix anything if it ain't broke, 250 other options

            Vtrain - Windows+$
            works very good, best value per $

            SuperMemo - Windows +$$
            has PalmOS sync + EVERY FEATURE imaginable

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