Rui Nibau wrote:
Just opening a ".gjots" file with zim should open it as a read-only
notebook in zim. Still experimenting with this, included it because I
needed some other patches from te same source tree. So please give me
feedback if you actually use this.
Yes, that's what i tried, but it always failed.
(1) Created a gjots test file (test.gjots) with gjots2 2.3.7 :
Test de fichier gjots
The type MIME of the file is good (application/x-gjots).
(2) Ran zim with the command line :
zim -D test.gjots
I also tried :
zim -p reader -D test.gjots
What is going wrong here is that zim thinks it is a notebook name
because there is no "/" in it. Using "zim ./test.gjots" should work.
Probably I should consider this a bug and check all names also as file
in the local dir.
(3) So, I created a virtual entry in the notebooks.list file :
(4) Ran zim with the command line
zim -D Gjots
But it still doesn't work.
Strange, this should work as well; just tested it without problem.
BTW, it's not a critical point. As an old outliner user, i have a lot of
datas in a lot of different file formats. That's why i'm writing an
outliner converter since a couple of months (well, when i have time),
above all to recover datas saved with Keynote, an old Windows app. So i
worked on a Keynote -> gjots, a Keynote -> Zim and a gjots <-> zim
converters, all in php. Time to finish the work and, maybe, rewrite the
last converter in perl to make it a zim plugin, starting with what you
have done in lib/Zim/Store/Gjots.pm.
In theory you should be able to do a commandline command to have zim
export a gjots notebook to a zim notebook. Just tested it but it doesn't
work :( Give me a few days and I'll push a fix to the bazaar tree.
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