Jreepad allows you to store and edit all your little nuggets of text in an incredibly intuitive tree structure. Each "node" on the tree has a plain-text "article" associated with it, meaning that a Jreepad file becomes almost a freeform database, storing all kinds of information.
Write to-do lists, plan the structure of your book, keep a library of code snippets... people use it for all sorts. Jreepad runs from a thumbdrive on both Macs and PCs - it's highly portable and useful.
· Java 1.4 or later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Some new things since 1.5: option for file encryption; font size of tree/article can be altered; context-menu added; SAX XML parser used for XML goodness. Thanks to all who contributed towards this release.