Hello, Dotan:
I'd like to disagree, but not too much:

Dotan Cohen wrote:
> ...what other application can read the wiki-style code anyway...
Well, I like about zim that it's just text files I can hack using very
simple string manipulation in python, and edit with any editor just in case.
Another example: zim doesn't have the "replace in all open files"
capabilities of a text editor like geany, and I've used geany to do the
job for zim (nothing important, just to clean my own mess).

> there is no need for it to be anywhere other than a hidden .zim directory.
on the other hand, I can also mess with the files if they are in the
.zim folder.


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