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markor - Text editor - Notes & ToDo (for Android) - Markdown, todo.txt, plaintext, math, ..

  •    Java

Markor is a TextEditor for Android. This project aims to make an editor that is versatile, flexible, and lightweight. Markor utilizes simple markup formats like Markdown and todo.txt for note-taking and list management. It is versatile at working with text; it can also be used for keeping bookmarks, copying to clipboard, fast opening a link from text and lots more. Created files are interoperable with any other plaintext software on any platform. Markor is openly developed free software that accepts community contributions. 📝 Create notes and manage your to-do list using simple markup formats 🌲 Work completely offline -- whenever, wherever 👌 Compatible with any other plaintext software on any platform -- edit with notepad or vim, filter with grep, convert to PDF or create a zip archive 🖍 Syntax Highlighting and format related actions -- quickly insert pictures and to-dos 👀 Convert, preview, and share documents as HTML and PDF 📚 Notebook: Store all documents on a common filesystem folder 📓 QuickNote: Fast accessible for keeping notes ☑️ To-Do: Write down your to-do 🖍 Formats: Markdown, todo.txt, csv, ics, ini, json, toml, txt, vcf, yaml 📋 Copy to clipboard: Copy any text, including text shared into Markor 💡 Notebook is the root folder of documents and can be changed to any location on the filesystem. QuickNote and To-Do are textfiles 🎨 Highly customizable, dark theme available 💾 Auto-Save with options for undo/redo 👌 No ads or unnecessary permissions 🌎 Language selection -- use other language than on the system 🔃 Markor is an offline app. It works with sync apps, but they have to do syncing respectively. Sync clients known to work in combination include BitTorrent Sync, Dropbox, FolderSync, OwnCloud, NextCloud, Seafile, Syncthing, Syncopoli 🔒 Can encrypt your textfiles with AES256. You need to set a password at the settings and use Android device with version Marshmallow or newer. You can use jpencconverter to encrypt/decrypt easily on desktop. Be aware that only the text is encrypted not pictures or attachments.

zimfw - ZIM - Zsh IMproved FrameWork

  •    Shell

Zim is a Zsh configuration framework with blazing speed and modular extensions. Below is a brief showcase of Zim's features.

zsh-nvm - Zsh plugin for installing, updating and loading nvm

  •    Shell

nvm is an awesome tool but it can be kind of a pain to install and keep up to date. This zsh plugin allows you to quickly setup nvm once, save it in your dotfiles, then never worry about it again.The plugin will install the latest stable release of nvm if you don't already have it, and then automatically source it for you. You can upgrade nvm to the latest version whenever you want without losing your installed node versions by running nvm upgrade.

kiwix-desktop - Kiwix for Windows and GNU/Linux desktops

  •    Javascript

The Kiwix Desktop is a viewer/manager of ZIM files for GNU/Linux and Microsoft Windows OSes. This document assumes you have a little knowledge about software compilation. If you experience difficulties with the dependencies or with the Kiwix libary compilation itself, we recommend to have a look to kiwix-build.

kiwix-js-windows - Kiwix JS Offline Wikipedia app packaged for Universal Windows Platform (tablet/mobile/PC)

  •    PowerShell

This repository is for development of the Kiwix JS app for Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform. Latest development code is on the master-dev branch. This is a port of the Kiwix Offline Wikipedia (and other Wiki) reader for UWP on Windows 10. It enables offline reading of a ZIM file downloaded from the Kiwix repository, including full Wikipedia versions with or without images in many different languages. It has only been tested fully on Wikimedia ZIM files to date, though many Stackexchange ZIMs also work.

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