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TakeNote 0.4.2 announced

From:  rasmus <matt.rasmus-AT-gmail.com>
To:  comp-lang-python-announce-AT-moderators.isc.org
Subject:  ANN: TakeNote 0.4.2 - Note taking and organization
Date:  Sat, 27 Sep 2008 09:04:09 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID:  <01f346c9-fd8b-471d-b212-a06e8c203d2b@c65g2000hsa.googlegroups.com>

TakeNote 0.4.2 - Note taking and organization

In this release:
  * faster loading
  * bullet point lists
  * more customization
  * bug fixes

TakeNote is a simple cross-platform note taking program implemented
in Python.  I have been using it for my research and class notes, but
it
should be applicable to many note taking situations.  Although this is
my first
release, it has most of the basic features needed for effective notes.

TakeNote is ideal for storing your class notes, TODO lists, research
notes, journal entries, paper outlines, etc in a simple notebook
hierarchy with rich-text formatting, images, and more. Using full-text
search, you can retrieve any note for later reference.

TakeNote is designed to be cross-platform (runs on Windows, Linux, and
MacOS X, implemented in Python and PyGTK) and stores your notes in
simple and easy to manipulate file formats (HTML and XML). Archiving
and transferring your notes is as easy as zipping or copying a
folder.  TakeNote is licensed under GPL.

TakeNote 0.4.2 is has the following features:

    * Rich-text formatting
    * Bullet point lists
    * Hierarchical organization for notes
    * Full-text search
    * Inline images
    * Integrated screenshot
    * Spell checking (via gtkspell)
    * Auto-saving
    * Built-in backup and restore (archive to zip files)
    * Cross-platform (Linux, Windows, MacOS X)

Web site and download:
http://rasm.ods.org/takenote


Matt Rasmussen
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