Won 1st place, Mac OS X Innovators Contest, 2nd round: http://www.macdevcenter.com/pub/a/mac/developer/2003/07/10/innovators.html
Its file format is easy to understand. There's an txt importer with source on the homepage. A plugin model is likelay to be introduced. If the source is released it will cost and have a much more restrictive license thanBSD or GPL.
-- TobiasWeber (was answered sth along those lines by VoodooPad's author)
This is a really nice app! But I don't like all my notes in one file and I wan't to add things like "reduce formatting on paste". WikiWikiWeb is too important not to be free/open software! And since it didn't really introduce anything new I will shamelessly try to clone it ;-)
Yes it seems very nice, also has cute graphics and 'fading' windows, although I don't think user applications should introduce transitions for things the operating system is supposed to handle.
Personally though, I don't have the discipline to learn to use all the nice features in a program like this (similar with outliners, calendars and such)
Right, the fading windows and toolbar are pretty pointless. And I've no idea what the key/alias concept solves. But feature-wise the programm is much simpler than this Wiki and the direct editing approach shouldn't require any learning.
So the fading stuff is no Window attribute? That explains why I couldn't hack it away in the nib to get faster responsiveness...
-- TobiasWeber (thinks of refactoring this page to link Cocoa concepts required to clone VoodooPad)
The key/alias concept was requested by users who wanted to have something like the word "python" to have a http url behind it to link to websites. It's also handy for cases where you might want two words to link to the same page in VoodooPad
Is there any developer documentation on the vpwiki API or is it just 'look at vpstash and do whatever it does'?
The voodopad web site had a movie showing searches on a voodoopad document that was actually a dump of the whole cocoadev site. Any chance this could be autogenerated and available to anyone? --Kent
I'll second that! -- DanKnapp