Scriptorium is a Web-based code library. It's designed for programmers who need to organize, share, and archive the code they've written, regardless of what language or format the code is in.
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Release Notes: Localization support was added, including French and Dutch language translations. The ability to attach comments to your snippets was added. A new syntax highlighting engine was added. The usual interface improvements and bugfixes were done.
Release Notes: This is a minor release that addresses a problem with non-admin users being given the ability to manage users.
Release Notes: Scriptorium is a Web-based code library that helps you reuse code you've already written by organizing it in one place, regardless of language. This release features a completely revamped interface. Other features include email notifications when scripts are added to an environment or category; the ability to store uploaded files outside the application root, and stronger error handling. Scriptorium will now give you a (hopefully) helpful error message whenever it finds something not quite right with your configuration.
Release Notes: The environment, category, and type editing screens have been updated with a more usable layout, and several bugs that prevented deletion and renaming have been addressed. The search interface has been extended, and now features the ability to filter by environment and type. On the search results page, keyword matches are now visually highlighted.
Release Notes: This version features a new syntax hilighting engine (webcpp), user interface enhancements, and the addition of an export-to-PDF option. Problems with some of the PEAR libraries have also been addressed, and miscellaneous bugs have been fixed.