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Tomboy
Tomboy logo.svg
Tomboy 0.10.2 main screen.png
Tomboy linking between notes
Developer(s) Alex Graveley
Stable release 1.0.0 / 2009-09-21; 3 months ago
Written in C#
Operating system Cross-platform
Development status Active
Type Notetaking application
License LGPL (free software)
Website http://projects.gnome.org/tomboy/
Example note.

Tomboy is a free and open-source desktop notetaking application written for Unix-like (including Mac OS X) and Microsoft Windows systems[1] written in C# using Gtk#. Tomboy is part of the GNOME desktop environment, often filling the need for personal information management. Its interface is a notepad with a Wiki-like linking system to connect notes together. Words in the note body that match existing note titles automatically become hyperlinks, making it simple to construct a personal wiki. For example, repeated references to favorite artists would automatically be highlighted in notes containing their names.

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Features

Some of the editing features supported:

  • Highlighting text
  • Inline spell checking using GtkSpell
  • Auto-linking of web and email addresses
  • Undo/redo
  • Font styling and sizing
  • Bulleted lists
  • Note synchronization over SSH or WebDAV. External synchronization support is being implemented [2] through Conduit
  • Mono dependency

Plugins

Tomboy supports several plugins, including:

  • Evolution mail links
  • Galago/Pidgin presence
  • Note of the Day (not enabled by default)
  • Fixed Width text
  • HTML export
  • LaTeX math (not installed by default)
  • Print

Ports

See also

References

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