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Title: KJots  
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Subject: Outliner
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Developer(s) KDE
Initial release 1997 (1997)
Development status active
Written in C++ (Qt)
Platform KDE
Available in Multilingual
License GNU General Public License

KJots is a free and simple outliner text editor for the KDE Software Compilation environment. It is part of the Kontact group of software. It uses a basic tree structure to organize information: it refers to nodes as ‘books’ and leaves as ‘pages’. It includes a book view, which shows a table of contents, and a view mode for all entries.

Similar wiki-style programs are Zim (based on GTK+ and Python), Wixi (based on Python and GTK+), KeepNote (based on Python and GTK+), Notecase (based on GTK+), BasKet (based on Qt), Gnudiary (also based on Qt), Tomboy (GTK+, based on Mono), Gnote (Tomboy port to C++) and Tiddlywiki (self-modifying, single-HTML contained personal wiki, written in JavaScript and expandable with plugins). Also Treeline, an advanced outliner written in Python and personal database available for Linux and Microsoft Windows, has similar functions.

External links

  • The KJots Handbook
  • Sonet: a web-based KJots clone
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