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Re: [O] Other programs to edit Org documents?

From: Marcelo de Moraes Serpa
Subject: Re: [O] Other programs to edit Org documents?
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2011 11:09:08 -0600

A simple org-mode viewer (that allows you to do some basic
folding/unfolding and search -- or even something more complex that
would allow you to view it as a mind-map?) would be nice. It could
even be simplified with more GUI bells and whistles and still allow
one to insert data and save the file. It would not be a full
replacement for emacs, ever, but would allow other less technical
users to use it as well.

I was thinking about something alike that could be ran on the web and
on the desktop. Adobe AIR could be a nice platform to develop on, in
this case. I'd love to write something like this, just need to gather
the time and energy :) (oh, procrastination)



On Tue, Mar 15, 2011 at 6:21 AM, Harum Budi <address@hidden> wrote:
> 2011/3/15 Rainer M Krug <address@hidden>
>> > Aside from Emacs, are there other programs capable of editing Org
>> > documents?
>> To state the obvious: ,org files are text files, not binary files, which
>> can be edited with *any* text editor.
>> If you are asking about org-mode functionality: there are a few (I think
>> 2) projects working on implementing something similar in vim and there
>> was some discussion on this mailing list - but I did not follow this in
>> detail.
> Thanks. Google returned VimOrganizer and VimTodo. The former is an org-mode
> clone for vim (though I haven't read/tested how much has been implemented),
> but the latter uses todo.txt format and not Org. Haven't found any other
> similar programs so far.
> (PS: I use Emacs myself, just curious).
> Regards,
> Budi

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