After a few months I'm back on my writings... My 7 months old daughter take my breath and my time away...
So today I'll be writing about a wonderful project from an Italian programmer, named Giuseppe (aka Giuspen).
As you may notice from the title, Cherrytree is a Treepad alternative, a hierarchical note taking application, and a very good one. It has a lot of advantages comparing to treepad:
1 - It's Open Source and Linux is supported natively
2 - It supports Images, tables and other rich text features
3 - Export to html
4 - Import from treepad and other alike
5 - Syntax highlighting
6 - Save all stuff in a single file
The project is supported by various translators (including me in Portuguese, not completed yet), and others are welcome.
The application runs real fast, can be docked to notification area, and it opens the last saved file. Recently it also allows multiple instances.
Giuspen, has a lot of ideas for making Cherrytree even better. If I could code as good as he, sure I'll give him a boost in Cherrytree, the program I use everyday for taking personal notes, and for work.
Finally one last taught about cherrytree.... What if Debian or Ubuntu packed it in repositories? I believe it would be great for most users that are not aware of this wonderful piece of software.